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Hi all,
I am trying to compile and old project that I build some time ago but I only found the .class files and I want to compile a new .java file that depend on some of those other classes. I am using


to compile but when it tries to import the classes needed it returns with errors specifying that those classes does not exist but they do exist inside my \project\net directory. Any ideas on how to solve this.
 
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Sounds like something wrong with the classpath. Don't know what, sorry, but does this link help?
 
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