Hi, I have a small applet that seems to run ok when opened in a browser, but when I feed the page to appletviewer, it won't display the applet.
It might be because I'm not very familiar with appletviewer, maybe I'm using it incorrectly? (I'm just typing >appletviewer filename.html).
Or because the applet is in a package?
The applet tag I'm using is <applet code="com/rephunk/PunnettApplet.class" archive="punjar.jar,kclasses-new.jar" height=500 width=750>.
(punjar is where the applet code is, kclasses-new is a compilation of standard classes I've written, both are in the same package).
If I don't use appletviewer, my browser caches the old files and I have to keep changing the filenames to debug. Is there an easier way to do this? So far I have been developing the code as a standalone application, then converting it to an applet an the last possible moment, but always there are still a few things to fix then.
Thank you!! Karen.
posted 10 years ago
Try navigating into the "com/rephunk" folder (containing the applet) and running the J/Applet with