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Native compiler

Nick George
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So, I'm a-writin' a game that involves the JOGL API. Thus, to get a new user for the game, I must have the user: Install java, put in JOGL, download an editor because it's a pain in the butt to change the class path, set up the editor myself, then have them compile it, and open the editor for every time they wish to play. Needless to say, this does not encourage great use. Thus, i am looking into a native compiler. What can be suggested for a windows, FREE, simple native compiler?

I know Java-heads don't tend to approve of native compilers, so if anyone has a better suggestion to my problem, i've got an open mind.

Thanks, Joe.

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