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Re: Help, Setting classpath, using external java libraries with Kawa
for java it was actually:
java -cp /usr/share/java/jnr-ffi.jar:.:/usr/lib/java/jffi.jar:/usr/lib/java/jffi-native.jar:/usr/share/java/objectweb-asm/asm.jar
Vasantha Ganesh K.
On Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 6:41 PM, Vasantha Ganesh
> I'm trying to convert this(http://lpaste.net/354170) Java code into
> Scheme(Kawa) (http://lpaste.net/354171).
> I ran this for java and it ran without hickups,
> java -cp /usr/share/java/jnr-ffi.jar:.:/usr/lib/java/jffi.jar:/usr/lib/java/jffi-native.jar:/usr/share/java/objectweb-asm/asm.jar
> and for kawa, I ran this:
> kawa -J -cp /usr/share/java/jnr-ffi.jar:.:/usr/lib/java/jffi.jar:/usr/lib/java/jffi-native.jar:/usr/share/java/objectweb-asm/asm.jar
> The exact error that I get is:
> Error: Could not find or load main class
> Thank you,
> Vasantha Ganesh K.
> On Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 6:24 PM, Per Bothner <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On 04/01/2017 02:35 AM, Vasantha Ganesh wrote:
>>> Hello Bothner,
>>> This is probably a noob question. In Java while compiling and using
>>> external libraries we use -classpath option. How to use external java
>>> libraries with Kawa?
>>> I read https://www.gnu.org/software/kawa/Compiling.html
>>> Then I tried to compile scheme program with `--main` and `-C` options
>>> and generated a .class file. Then I tried to run it with Java like a
>>> normal class file by setting -classpath option, but I get:
>>> Error: Could not find or load main class somescript
>>> I also tried the -J option with kawa and I get
>>> Error: Could not find or load main class
>>> I also tried to set the CLASSPATH to the external library (jar file),
>>> it does not work.
>> Show us the actual commands you're trying, including the command used
>> to create the jar file.
>> Both setting CLASSPATH and using -J should work.
>> Note you have to use a separate -J option for each "word":
>> kawa -J-cp -Jfoo.jar
>> is roughly equivalent to
>> java -cp foo.jar kawa.repl
>> On 04/01/2017 04:23 AM, Sudarshan S Chawathe wrote:>> From: Vasantha Ganesh
>>> If I understand your question correctly then it seems you need to use
>>> the -D option to define java.library.path suitably. Example:
>>> kawa -Djava.library.path="/where/the/java/libs/are:/another/one:/so/on"
>> The java.library.path relates to native libraries (.so/.dll, not .class or
>> .jar files).
>> It don't think it is relevant here.
>> --Per Bothner
>> firstname.lastname@example.org http://per.bothner.com/