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Old 09-01-2004, 09:20 AM   #1
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Java: Netbeans IDE question

Hi all,

I am using Netbeans to create a GUI for an app I am writing. I have got it going and I can run it etc, but only in Netbeans. If I try to run my classes out of netbeans they won't run because they seem to depend on some builtin function in netbeans..... i really need to export this app out of netbeans as its not much use to me to have to run in netbeans all the time....

This must be able to be done as I know of other apps that have been built with netbeans and to run them you don't have to open netbeans first!!

any ideas????



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