Commit 5f549774 authored by Martin Deinhofer's avatar Martin Deinhofer
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fixed command for running from command line

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2. **C/C++ Compiler**
* GCC compiler and Makefile ([Read "GCC and Make"](https://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/ehchua/programming/cpp/gcc_make.html)) **or**
* Cygwin or MinGW on Windows ([Read "How to Setup Cygwin and MinGW](https://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/ehchua/programming/howto/Cygwin_HowTo.html)
3. **Eclipse for Java Developers** with **C/C++ Development Tool (CDT) extension** installed ([Read "Eclipse CDT"](https://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/ehchua/programming/howto/EclipseCpp_HowTo.html)).
# Clone project
```git clone https://es.technikum-wien.at/embedded_systems_public/Java-Exercises-7-JNI-HW-Interfacing.git```
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# Run project
Before the application can be run, you must build the native code and provide the library path to the "hello.dll" file, if it is not located in the *current working directory*.
This can be done via the VM argument ```-Djava.library.path```. Right-click on the project and select *Run As/Run Configurations*, then select *Java Application*. In the *Main tab*, enter the main class "HelloJNI" and in *Arguments/VM Arguments*, enter ```-Djava.library.path=jni```. Finally click on *Run*.
You should see the output "Hello World!" displayed on the console.
This can be done via the VM argument ```-Djava.library.path```.
## Command line
```java -Djava.library.path=jni -cp bin java_exercises7_1_1.HelloJNI```
```java -cp bin -Djava.library.path=jni java_exercises8_1_1.HelloJNI```
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