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screenshot added by pinhead on 2004-04-05 22:56:33
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release date : april 2004
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this is nope's first java 3d demo. hope you like it, but dont expect too much.
added on the 2004-04-05 22:58:41 by pinhead pinhead
Give me ONE good reason for making JAVA-demos?
added on the 2004-04-05 23:44:18 by Duckers Duckers
didn't find main class or something...

Duckers: Give me ONE good reason for making demos and you can't say that it's because it's fun or that it's a good and funny way to learn programming because then you just answered your question to pinhead. ;-)
added on the 2004-04-06 00:34:56 by ekoli ekoli
oh
added on the 2004-04-06 14:17:16 by Duckers Duckers
I got error: "could not find the main class. program will exit"
added on the 2004-04-06 15:24:12 by shadez shadez
@ekoli and @shadez: which java version is installed on your system? i just ask, because others do not get the error.
added on the 2004-04-06 15:50:20 by pinhead pinhead
pinhead: I use 1.5.0 but have tried it with 1.4.2 and still get the message. Well, perhaps it wasn't meant for me to see this. :-)
added on the 2004-04-06 17:11:35 by ekoli ekoli
@ekoli: mmmh... i've checked the jar file and think everything needed is in it, even the main class. maybe the problem is that the whole demo was compiled with version 1.4.1_05-b01 and the code doesnt run with 1.4.2+?!? let me check this. btw: which j3d version do you use?
added on the 2004-04-06 17:46:48 by pinhead pinhead
pinhead rest easy now, you can stop your search! I've reinstalled to os the other day and forgot to install java 3d. It's all my lousy mistake!
The demo felt nice, runned smooth and looked ok. The music wasn't exactly my cup of tea. A nice effort and good luck with your future releases!
added on the 2004-04-06 18:19:13 by ekoli ekoli
I have to see < 300Kb demos for years...
added on the 2004-04-06 21:09:05 by BadSector BadSector
Why are there always such incompatibilities with Java? I had tried some months ago to code my first effect in java, uploaded it in a site and sent the link to some friends. Some of them couldn't open it. Sometimes neither can I. I don't know what's wrong. I wish there exists a tutorial of how to make a Java applet compatible :P
added on the 2004-04-07 14:13:52 by Optimus Optimus
http://www.imint.com/support/sp000.htm
added on the 2004-04-07 15:20:45 by hitchhikr hitchhikr
Hehe... Java doesn't really have incompatibiities, but it's even though your code might work there could still be something you should include. If you don't do that then the applet will become buggy, and might sometimes not even work...
Anklebiter: there are 2 event models, an old and new one. New one is convenient, but unless you want to requiere a recent Java version, you can't use it! Same with UIs. It gets a bit easier when coding a demo applet because you don't need a UI and only need a few events, but nontheless... Then again microsoft has its deviations and its version is compatible with very old Java only.

Optimus: every Java2 book. Besides, if you use, say Java-TinyPTC and nothing more, you can be sure that you are compatible. Then again, there is SUN jar and MS cab for packaging - which you all don't need if all you do is 1 or 2 classes.
added on the 2004-04-07 19:29:30 by eye eye
demo good. java bad.
sucksadded on the 2004-04-07 19:39:48 by psenough psenough
can i get it somewhere?
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