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* Jstacs Sources [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=source-tar tar.gz] [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=source-zip zip] (includes only the Jstacs sources)
 
* Jstacs Sources [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=source-tar tar.gz] [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=source-zip zip] (includes only the Jstacs sources)
 
* Jstacs API [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=api-tar tar.gz] [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=api-zip zip]
 
* Jstacs API [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=api-tar tar.gz] [http://www.jstacs.de/download.php?which=api-zip zip]
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== Install binaries ==
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To use Jstacs in your own projects, you must include jstacs-<version>.jar and all JARs in the lib-directory into your classpath.<br />
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If you want to use [http://www.jstacs.de/api/de/jstacs/utils/UserTime.html UserTime], you must also set the library-path (-Djava.library.path) to the directory where the dynamic library resides. For details see
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the documentation of [http://www.jstacs.de/api/de/jstacs/utils/UserTime.html UserTime].

Revision as of 18:12, 7 September 2008

Current release (v1.0)

  • Jstacs Binaries tar.gz zip (includes all required libraries)
  • Jstacs Sources tar.gz zip (includes only the Jstacs sources)
  • Jstacs API tar.gz zip

Install binaries

To use Jstacs in your own projects, you must include jstacs-<version>.jar and all JARs in the lib-directory into your classpath.
If you want to use UserTime, you must also set the library-path (-Djava.library.path) to the directory where the dynamic library resides. For details see the documentation of UserTime.