Compiling jar file using gcj

Swapnil Jain
Tue Sep 1 16:30:00 GMT 2009


the -fjni thing worked.

Thanks a log Andrew Haley, Tom Tromey, David Daney and the forum.  
Thanks a lot again.

Swapnil Jain

On 01-Sep-09, at 9:41 PM, David Daney wrote:

> Andrew Haley wrote:
>> Tom Tromey wrote:
>>>>>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Haley <> writes:
>>>>>> gcj --main=iremote.controller.Controller -o native.o RXTXcomm.o  
>>>>>> iRemote.o
>>> Andrew> I'll say again
>>> Andrew> "a chunk of native code seems to be missing"
>>> Andrew> The RXTXcomm package contains native code.  You have to  
>>> link it to your
>>> Andrew> main program.
>>> He probably wants -fjni in the compile commands.
>> Maybe.  I've never seen the native code, so I don't know if it's JNI
>> or CNI.
> IIRC, RXTXcomm is a standard java.comm (sp?) implementation that  
> uses JNI and should be portable across all VMs.  I think Tom is  
> correct that -fjni will be needed.
> David Daney

More information about the Java mailing list