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Netscape object does not exists

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Hi Java X-perts,
Still learning Java... I am making some experimtnes decompiling - compiling and back. One of the decompiled Java classes generates a few errors, when I compile it back WITH NO CHANGES:

Those are the lines and their errors:

import netscape.javascript.JSObject;  ---> package netscape.javascript does not exists

JSObject jsobject = null; ---> cannot find symbol

jsobject = JSObject.getWindow(o);   ----> cannot find symbol

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I am using JAD for decompilation and it works fine for all other files. I cannot understand what is wrong as I have not made any changes to the code.

Thanks

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Makre sure the

jre\lib\plugin.jar

is in your classpath
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Yes I do have plugin.jar here. Do you mean i have to include its dir to system PATH?
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http://mindprod.com/jgloss/classpath.html


Compile your app


javac -classpath %JAVA_HOME%\jre\lib\plugin.jar;. *.java

(if you've set JAVA_HOME as i recommended earlier)
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by:andy7789
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It is even worse, it gives me 9 errors instead of 3.

1. java.applet.Applet is already defined in c68
2. a few similar errors - canot find symbol (variable super and class JSObject)

What is wrong?
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Well you *are* likely to get errors from decompilation/compilation exercises.

If you post it somewhere public,i'll see if it can be compiled
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what is the best decompiler? i will try it again, if I could fix it... I am using JAD
Any better ideas?
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You won't get better than JAD really
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It works, thank you! I had some mess classpaths with pointing to plugins.jar.
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:-)
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