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JoGL 2.0

 
Nick Jp George
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Is anyone using the new JogAmp JoGL 2.0 from over at http://jogamp.org/ ?

I ported a lot of my old code to it, as they're doing a lot of good work on the libraries. But I'm having a heck of a time exporting to an executable jar from eclipse- in eclipse I'm linking to a user library that's working well while in eclipse, but it doesn't seem to get exported. Anyone run into/beat this problem?
 
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Hey Nick,

Sorry, I can't help you with your problem, but I'd like to hear more about this tool that you're using!

Thanks,

Bert
 
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Well, it seemed Sun stopped maintaining JoGL, so there's the last-updated sun version of JoGL that's 1.-something. These days, a it's being done privately by http://jogamp.org/jogl/www/ . It's relatively simple to migrate code from JoGL 1.1 to JoGL 2.0, although not very well documented, and supposedly they've done a lot to make it work better.

Here's the problem, Bert- I'd love to show you the stuff I made using JoGL 2.0, but for the life of me I can't figure out how! The problem is the native libraries, and some nonsense to do with signed and unsigned jars- I'm talking to the folks over on the Web Start forum, but it seems crazy to me how complicated it is to just get your code in a form that someone else can see the program.
 
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