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how to add libraries to visual studio (jfreechart)

Posted on 2006-11-21
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i want to have

import org.jfree.chart.demo; (or any other imports allowed from jfreechart)

at the top of my projects in visual studio but it give me an error.

I have downloaded both jfreechart-1.0.3 and jcommon-1.0.6 and unzipped it in my desktop

where and how do i put or install these classes so that visual studio recognize them??

this may seem like a dumb question but please provide as much detail or step by step instruction if possible.

thanks in advance
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You're hoping to run it in J#?
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yes
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I don't wish to be pessimistic but i think it's not likely you'll get it running under J# unless JFreechart uses pretty early Java libraries as J# is frozen at an early flavour of Java. You'd be better off looking for a free charting library that will run under .NET
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jfreechart demands JAVA 1.3.1 or higher, so ... forget J#

;JOOP!
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