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> From: "Mark Chung" <email@hidden>To: email@hidden
Subject: Re: CLASSPATH and QTJAVA
I'd like to use a private VM (bundled with IA installer) so I can
guarantee which version of the JRE I'm running in. If I were to rely on
using the most current JRE, and the user upgraded their VM without
reinstalling QTJava, then my application would probably break because it
couldn't find QTJava.zip.
my understanding is if they install a newer VM and don't reinstall QTJava,
the the QTJAVA env var still points to the old location like :
that was my experience anyway.
The Quicktime 5 installer appears to ignore this line in the .ini file
and requires you to install a JRE for it to install QTJava. This
i agree this is odd... while it makes sense that the QTJava classes wouldn't
be installed if there was no JRE - i think that the QuickTime control panel
should let you know this and not tell you that it is installed. Users on
windows think they have QTJava installed - though they really only have a
half installation. how bout a little dialog box that says "you don't have a
JRE installed, so you can't use QTJava"
i'm sure this problem has been on this list before...
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