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Old 08-25-2013, 02:43 AM   #16
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On UNIX the separator for classpath locations is the : and not the ;.
Also, classpath location can only be directories containing class files (arranged in an appropriate package->subdirectory structure) or single jar files. Wildcard locations are only supported from Java 6 onwards and need to be escaped (double quotes should suffice, but single quotes will work for sure as PTrenholme suggested), otherwise a shell expansion will take place, putting a space-separated list of all the files in that directory where java expects a colon separated list.


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