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Invalid signature file digest for Manifest main attributes

John Phoenix
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Joined: Jun 08, 2011
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Hello,

I want to use Janino (http://docs.codehaus.org/display/JANINO) in an Java RCP-Application. So I included the jars in the Manifest via the Runtime/Classpath.

The code from above (class TestJanino) works but if I call another method from onother class (which is in another jar) in the Method testJanino I get an
"Invalid signature file digest for Manifest main attributes" message. I removed the SF and DSA files from the janino.jars but the problem still exist. I include the janino jars using the RCP Manifest.RF/Runtime/Classpath

For example


doesnt work. A simple sysout like above works. Maybe that has something to do that TestClass is in a jar called my.jar and the janino code uses two other jars (janino.jar and commons-compiler.jar)? So maybe the janino.jar can't access the class in another jar. But if this is the problem how could I fix that?

Regards

Alex

 
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