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  1. #1
    Marcelo Rocha Guest

    xxx.class to xxx.exe

    Hi, I developed a java application with jdk 1.2 and run it from a dos window
    executing java xxx.class
    How convert that app to an exe file to execute on a windows os that has no
    the runtime enviroment.

    --
    Marcelo Rocha



  2. #2
    x x Guest

    Re: xxx.class to xxx.exe


    "Marcelo Rocha" <marcelor@ars.com.ar> wrote:
    >Hi, I developed a java application with jdk 1.2 and run it from a dos window
    >executing java xxx.class
    >How convert that app to an exe file to execute on a windows os that has

    no
    >the runtime enviroment.
    >
    >--
    >Marcelo Rocha
    >
    >

    java2exe shareware.com


  3. #3
    Shayne Guest

    Re: xxx.class to xxx.exe


    http://www.duckware.com/java2exe.html
    http://www.bravozulu.com/Products/JToExe/jtoexe.html

    "x" x wrote:
    >
    >"Marcelo Rocha" <marcelor@ars.com.ar> wrote:
    >>Hi, I developed a java application with jdk 1.2 and run it from a dos window
    >>executing java xxx.class
    >>How convert that app to an exe file to execute on a windows os that has

    >no
    >>the runtime enviroment.
    >>
    >>--
    >>Marcelo Rocha
    >>
    >>

    >java2exe shareware.com
    >



  4. #4
    Bryan Baas Guest

    Re: xxx.class to xxx.exe


    "Shayne" <soneill@mindspring.com> wrote:
    >
    >http://www.duckware.com/java2exe.html
    >http://www.bravozulu.com/Products/JToExe/jtoexe.html
    >
    >"x" x wrote:
    >>
    >>"Marcelo Rocha" <marcelor@ars.com.ar> wrote:
    >>>Hi, I developed a java application with jdk 1.2 and run it from a dos

    window
    >>>executing java xxx.class
    >>>How convert that app to an exe file to execute on a windows os that has

    >>no
    >>>the runtime enviroment.
    >>>
    >>>--
    >>>Marcelo Rocha
    >>>
    >>>

    >>java2exe shareware.com
    >>

    >


    No version of the JDK that I know of has a tool to compile to x86. You'll
    have to download or buy one. I know they exist, but I just can't think of
    one by name right now.

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