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making java program platform independent

Posted by kishor on October 15, 2000 at 9:05 PM


I am using forte for java (ide)to develop an application. I want it to
be platform independent (or atleast run on unix and windows platforms).
The application displays jframes which contain labels which display images.
i.e i provide the path of the images to be loaded in labels and these
images r located in some folder. Also the program reads some files
to process the user data which(the files) exist in the current
directory where forte is installed. I want everything to be in single
folder (all the files and images and .class files if i put it in one
folder and run it doesnt work). Also if i try to run the application
outside of the forte environment i get errors.Please post a solution asap.


  • platforms Mende Stojanoski December 16, 2001 at 4:59 AM (0)

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