Martijn Verburg wrote:Hmm, not sure in that case, if you're installing the jar correctly into eclipse then you should be able to run client code against it.
Martijn Verburg wrote:I'm a bit confused , so you run the ANT script inside eclipse to create the JAR file which now works fine. But when you run the ANT command to execute the tests it fails?
If that's the case then that kind of makes sense if you only have your JAR on the CLASSPATH and don't have the testclasses referenced on the CLASSPATH
Martijn Verburg wrote:What is the full extrapolated path and does it match (with case sensitivity) the path you're expecting?
Martijn Verburg wrote:you're almost there! Run ant with the debug flag and you should see it extrapolate your exclude path....
David Newton wrote:If you have different *packaging* requirements, that would be best handled during the packaging part of things.
Martijn Verburg wrote:Close! Take a look at the ANT documentation on how to perform exclude and include filesets
David Newton wrote:(I assume you're asking a question about Ant, and not something else?)
Michael Dunn wrote:> ... Applet... the icons are not visible.
Rob Prime wrote:Why can't you just add a String? What does a JLabel offer that a String doesn't?
Anyway, if you would have used our search with just keywords "jtable" and "jlabel" you would have found this thread which again leads to this thread.