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Re: Missing AWT peer

From: Brian Jones
Subject: Re: Missing AWT peer
Date: 15 Oct 2001 06:34:44 -0400
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Andreas Rueckert <address@hidden> writes:

> > I don't see a System.loadLibrary in that class.  This is a "maybe"
> > problem in a number of the gtk classes.  Obviously something is going
> > to load it and the rest don't really need to do so but maybe putting
> > this in all the relevant classes is just safer?
> Sorry, I'm not really into Classpath, so I'm a bit slow here. You think, that
>   static native void gtkInit();
>   native void gtkMain();
> in gnu/java/awt/peer/gtk/ are the problem. These
> methods are part of the Gtk library?

No, there is a library that should be created during compilation
called  There is no System.loadLibrary("gtkpeer") in
that class.  Your error could also be because LD_LIBRARY_PATH
(Solaris/Linux) did not point to a directory with in it.

> BTW: At this time, there's no configure switch to compile Classpath
> for ORP, so you have to use the japhar or jdk includes for jni? Will
> you add a with-orp switch at some point or is there a good reason
> not to do so?

Going to try to take out the VM switches completely.
Brian Jones <address@hidden>

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