On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, Frank Gibbons wrote:
> Thanks for Bill and Tom for their help. I ended up just downloading the
> Windows installer version - runs straight out of the box, like a charm.
> Whoa! I'll leave my Linux problems behind for a rainy day.
Glad you liked the installer. They'll be an update coming out in a
few days -- adding navigatio for the MODIS satellite and a
"mapimage()" method to show a basemap on top of an image.
I've used JNumeric here (it is required by the Java port of our
FlatBinaryFile interface). All I did was get the jar file, and put the
full name into the start-up script/batch file (this is all just one
java -mx256m "-Dpython.home=c:\jython-21" -classpath
org.python.util.jython %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
I see that you might be using Curtis' editor, so you might want to
modify the 'jye.bat' file to include this.
> The last piece (I hope!) of my particular puzzle is one that may not even
> be a VisAD problem, but I'm hoping you can help me out. I need to use
> JNumeric along with VisAD, for the simple reason that my existing code
> already uses it and I don't want to re-write it. I'm having trouble getting
> the VisAD Jython script editor to find this jar file. I've tried setting
> the CLASSPATH variable, and dropping the jar into the VisADJython
> directory, home of graph.py and subs.py. It doesn't work.
> I couldn't find anything relevant in the VisAD mailing-list archives. I
> apologize if this is off-topic - I haven't had much luck finding anything
> helpful with Google either. Anybody have any other suggestions?
> PhD, Computational Biologist,
> Harvard Medical School BCMP/SGM-322, 250 Longwood Ave, Boston MA 02115, USA.
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