[jdom-interest] * Using JDOM In Applet Help Needed
joshlam2000 at yahoo.com
Thu May 17 10:48:36 PDT 2001
Thanks John. I tried using crimson and got the
A nonfatal internal JIT (3.10.107(x)) error
'Relocation error: NULL relocation target' has
occurred in :
(Z)Z': Interpreting method.
Please report this error in detail to
Although it says 'non fatal', I really wonder what
that means. I reported the bug to Sun. Did you get the
All I am doing in my code is:
SAXBuilder builder = new SAXBuilder(false);
Document doc = builder.build(new File("test.xml"));
--- John Johnson <jjohnson at sclogic.com> wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> Try using crimson instead of xerces. It's a good
> deal smaller.
> We are testing JDOM in applets (not over 28.8
> modems) and it is working
> fantastic for us.
> You can grab it and JAXP (needed as well) off of
> Sun's site at
> crimson.jar -> 183 kb
> jaxp.jar -> 28 kb
> jdom.jar (b6) -> 84 kb
> Hope that helps.
> Josh Lam wrote:
> > Hi,
> > First, I just want to thank Jason and Brett for
> > creating JDOM and I am glad to be able to use it.
> > I am also a new comer to XML and I am currently
> > involved in a project in which I would like to use
> > JDOM for XML manipulation in a applet.
> > I noticed that JDOM makes use of the xerces.jar
> > However, the xerces.jar file is about 1.4 M. I
> > think its a good idea for users of the applet to
> > download the entire xerces.jar file (in addition
> > other jar files) over a 28.8 modem (one
> requirement of
> > the project). As far as my needs go, I am only
> > to use the SAXBuilder to traverse xml files.
> > I was wondering if it is a good idea to repackage
> > xerces.jar file, ie extract only those classes
> > by JDOM? If so, what is the minimum set of
> classes I
> > need?
> > Or are there any other alternatives?
> > Thanks.
> > --
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