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You still there objects?  Now the only major error is 'Import refers to a missing
package com.objectspace.jgl.*.    Gotta run catch a bus right now, but it looks like
i need something in that jgl that's not being seen even though it's in the ext directory.  D
Does the work 'package' have something to do with it?
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Sort of.  The other question, i had put all the source servlets and inported other jar files into the project.  This one i get the errors with nothing but a new project that has imported the jgl3.1.0 file.
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Same problem.
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Sort of.  The other question, i had put all the source servlets and inported other jar files into the project.  This one i get the errors with nothing but a new project that has imported the jgl3.1.0 file.
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Sounds like VAJ is not loading the jar from the ext directory?
Now I remember why I don't use IDE's, you never know what they're doing.
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Just had a quick look at how VAJ handles classpaths and apparently it does not include anything external to the project during compilation. So you must include the jar in your project, which brings you back to your original problem.

Try my other suggestion and remove the voyager related packages from the jar:
com.objectspace.jgl.voyager
com.objectspace.jgl.voyager.algorithms



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Where did you look to see how VAJ handles classpaths?
Ended up compiling that one class from dos pormpt with javac, then importing that along with some of the classes
from objectspace directory.  That works, but somehow it seems strange.  thanks again
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