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Re: [zzdev] Mac use
- To: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [zzdev] Mac use
- From: inSECT22 <i22@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 10:46:20 +0200
- Cc: Jack Seay <jackseay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
[05.09.2000 ° 12:04 Uhr] Jack Seay -->
> I would like to beta test gzigzag on my Mac. Unfortunately, I don't
> know enough about programming to get things working on my laptop. I
> have a Powerbook 1400. If anyone is using gzigzag on a Mac, I would
> appreciate some simple help. What Java and other software do I need
> to acquire? How do I compile on a Mac? This might be of help to
> others as well.
if u want to get it up + running,. u will need .. ,.
- the snapshot .jar files
which u can downloand from gzigzag.sourceforge.net
which is on the apple java site somewhere MRJ SDK i think
open jbindery, make a new file,. the setting u need are. ,.
class name = foo.Main
parameters = cells (or whatever u want to call yr datafile)
redirect stdout to a file (to make it easeier to find out whats going on/wrong)
in the classpath section, add the snapshot .jar file,
select the 'expand .zip and .jar files' option
save settings + u will have an app that should run gzz.
im using the snapshots (with + without modules) and they work fine on a g3 laptop, + sys 8.6
+;;.:: .. .+ ::; +.+;;':;.+::; ;:;' '+ ; http://rorschach.test.at/