Mon Mar 22 16:45:00 GMT 2004
On Mon, 22 Mar 2004, George Hester wrote:
> This command line in the Bash shell:
> java -cp /files/jini1_2/lib/jini-ext.jar:/files/jini1_2/lib/jini-examples.jar com.sun.jini.example.launcher.StartService
> java -cp /files/jini1_2/lib/jini-ext.jar:/files/jini1_2/lib/jini-examples.jar com/sun/jini/example/launcher/StartService
> and so of course error is
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError : com/sun/jini/example/launcher/StartService
> Exception in thread "main"
> What is wrong wiith Cygwin's usage of the java command console? How do
> I convince Cygwin that I mean
> and not
No, that's not it. Java replaces dots by slashes internally, so the above
is a perfectly valid error message -- it really cannot find the class.
What's wrong is that you supply the classpath as a POSIX path, and java,
not being a Cygwin application, doesn't understand this path. You need to
convert the path to a Win32 path using cygpath. For automatic conversion,
search the archives for "java wrapper scripts".
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