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What do I have to do to make the Swing classes available on my computer (I'm working with Win95) ?
Where do I have to unzip it to and what do I have to do with the zip-file (src.zip) I get in the swing-1.0.1 directory
that I get? What exactly do I have to put in my autoexec.bat 'cause when I follow the guidelines on the pages of
the "Swing Connection" I don't get it to work!!!
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In the swing directory which you installed, there is a file called swingall.jar.

add this to your classpath... should look something like this

SET CLASSPATH=C:\jdk1.1.5\lib\classes.zip;c:\swing-1.0.1\swingall.jar..

Then try running one of the swing samples to make sure it works..

Good luck
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