javac -g Test100.java
You need to specify the program's dependencies (in this case VisAD) as part
of the classpath. Try this:
javac -cp visad.jar Test100.java
Where "visad.jar" is in the same folder as your source file.
Have you considered using an IDE such as Eclipse or NetBeans to make things
easier for you?
On Sun, Jul 3, 2011 at 10:43 AM, Dr. Sibylle Petrak <
> I am a new VisAD user. I successfully installed the code and was able to
> run a few examples from the visad/examples section. Now I am interested to
> learn how I can compile my own example .java code (on Linux).
> For instance, I've create a Test100.java file out of Test00.java. Apart
> from changing the class name to Test100, everything is completely identical
> to Test00.java. Now I wanted to compile my Test100.java with:
> javac -g Test100.java
> But this doesn't compile. How would I be able to get Test100.class and run
> my new example code?
> Thanks for your support.
> Best regards,
> Sibylle from Germany
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