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I have a project in which front end is in Java and all important algorithm in C++, i am using netbeans.

How should i use c++ code in netbeans' java project., c++ code is loaded as library
Posted 21-Apr-12 1:10am

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If you have not read The Java Native Interface - Programmer's Guide and Specification[^], this is a good place to start.

I'll also advice you to take a long look at SWIG[^] and perhaps JACE[^]

Best regards
Espen Harlinn
ersumitsahu 21-Apr-12 14:23pm
aactually i am not able to configure C++ library ,in netbeans
Espen Harlinn 21-Apr-12 17:48pm
If you're on windows you build a dll using a c++ compiler, or if you're on linux you build a shared library. This has nothing to do with Netbeans unless you are working on Solaris, but that is outside my experiance.

On windows I use Visual C++ when I do this for the c/c++ part - that is I build a dll exporting the required functions and place that dll in a directory that's part of the PATH environment variable.

Then I use Netbeans or Eclipse to build the java classes that interface with the native code.
ersumitsahu 23-Apr-12 12:16pm
Espen Harlinn 23-Apr-12 14:39pm
That's good :-D
VJ Reddy 23-Apr-12 19:39pm
Good references. 5!
Espen Harlinn 24-Apr-12 6:25am
Thank you VJ :-D

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