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Kawa packages

 
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Does anybody use Kawa frequently who could explain to me why I'm having such difficulties with the packaging? I have apparently followed all the help documentation, yet when I try to instantiate a class from another class it keeps saying it can't find "PACKAGENAME.CLASS". I have included the 'package' command as the first line in both classes so why can I not see one class from the other?
Thanks for any advice,
Paul
 
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I use Kawa as well. I am also unsure of what is happening when using the 'package' keyword. I was thinking it was something I was doing wrong (probably is). I wonder if there is a chance of the cowgirl et al to put something up on the ranch about how to set up packages and how to store the files (directory structure etc.) when we have programmed them. ???
 
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