|UnsatisfiedLinkError in "Welcome" cheatsheet Standalone SWT app [message #446168]
||Thu, 18 November 2004 18:58
Originally posted by: news.lawshouse.org|
Eclipse 3.0.0 under Windows XP.
I have (as far as I can see) followed the instructions in the cheat
sheet for "Standalone SWT Application" but I have the following error on
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no swt-win32-3062 in java.library.path
I have coded
in the "arguments" box (and various other variants of it including hard
path names), and verified that
does actually exist in my system.
I've also Googled for the error and found only the advice to put in the
-D parameter, which I have already.
Can someone suggest somewhere else I might look for an error?
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