[Gvsig_english] How to declare the JRE_HOME in gvSIG 1.12?
afalciano at yahoo.it
Wed Jun 13 16:49:33 CEST 2012
thank you very much for your kind explanation. It seems very easy to
customize the gvsig-desktop.exe file and avoid the issues discussed
yesterday in this thread .
Il 13/06/2012 16.35, Francisco Puga ha scritto:
> AFAIK that's not possible. Sorry.
> gvSIG 1.12 builds the Windows launcher (gvsig-desktop.exe) using
> launch4j  as it's being done in gvSIG 2.0. The
> gvsig-desktop.l4j.ini allows pass arguments to the jre at runtime but
> nothing more.
> You should make your own gvsig-desktop.exe file to make what you want
> but it's easy.
> 1.- Download launch4j
> 2.- Hack this file
> (see how it's done in the gvsig-desktop of the portable version here 
> 3.- Execute launch4j with your hacked configuration file.
> 4.- Replace your gvsig executable with yours
> The other option is that you create a .bat file similar to this:
> or similar to the gvSIG.sh file distributed with the linux version
>  http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/docs.html
>  http://gitorious.org/exteielstack/exteielutils/blobs/master/portable_gvsig.xml
> 2012/6/13 Antonio Falciano<afalciano at yahoo.it>:
>> Hi all,
>> how to declare the JRE_HOME (or JAVA_HOME) in the new gvSIG
>> initialization file gvsig-desktop.l4j.ini in order to avoid the use of
>> the system JRE? If I add a JRE_HOME entry in desktop.l4j.ini, gvSIG is
>> not executed at all! :(
>> Antonio Falciano
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