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Old 09-12-2004, 10:35 AM   #1
bobwall
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JNI / jawt


Hi, I 've recently upgraded to Java 1.5 RC (build 63) and I can't get my test C++ program which uses JNI to open a JFrame and use OpenGL to draw to it to work neither on Windows or Linux. On both platforms, the window opens, but there is no rotating triangle. On Linux, when I try to do anything to the window, it locks up with the message Xlib async error (which also happened alot with java 1.4.2 depending on what window manager was used). Any ideas on what the problem is (I think this is a bug java)? You can get a copy of the program at

www.tjhsst.edu/~yzhang1/jni_example.zip


Thanks for any help
Yale
 
  


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