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Re: Installing jigsaw

From: Philippe le Cleach <lecleach@club-internet.fr>
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 13:47:49 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <36B0B0AC.E4BDEA72@club-internet.fr>
To: f.cameron@ulst.ac.uk
CC: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Hello,
your classpath seems to be wrong,
I had the same problem, and I resolved it like this :

In Autoexec.bat, type for classpath :
 set CLASSPATH=c:\js\Jigsaw\classes\jigsaw.zip;.

you typed "jigsaw" two times in the path, be careful not to do the same
error !
don't forget typing ";." at the end of the line...

Philippe


Fiona Cameron a écrit:

> Hi,
> Can anyone tell me what is wrong with my installation attempts?
>
> I downloaded and unzipped the latest jigsaw for Win95 yesterday,
> apparently successfully.
>
> I placed it in c:\js and
> set classpath = c:\js\jigsaw\jigsaw\classes\jigsaw.zip
>
> as instructed in the documentation.
>
> I am using JDK1.2, and have the path to c:\jdk1.2\bin set in the
> autoexec.bat.
>
> When I do      c:\js\jigsaw\jigsaw java Install
>
> I get the following exception:-
>
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError
> : org/w3c/jigsaw/http/http
> at Install.install(Install.java:130)
> at Install.main(Install.java:204)
>
> Is there a bug ? Is there anything I can do ? I have been trying all
> day with this, I have tried leaving out the drive letter in the
> classpath, turning the slashes the otherway round, etc., but all with
> no luck.  Other programs will run with my installation of JDK1.2, so
> presumably this is working ok.  The jigsaw.zip file is definitely in
> the classes directory, and is not empty.
>
> Please help, thanks in advance,
>
> Fiona
Received on Thursday, 28 January 1999 13:51:46 GMT

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