In gvSIG 1.9 JAI was installed by launching its installer, in gvSIG 1.10 Jai libraries seems to be copied "by hand" into jvm directory (without launching the installer). Unfortunately not all the jars are being copied, only jai_imageio.jar, while jai_codec.jar and jai_core.jar are not copied. So all the extensions or functionalities using this jars will not work. They should be on C:/Archivos de Programa/Java/jre1.6.0_20/lib/ext.
|Component||gvSIG - Installation|
|Version||gvSIG - 1.10.0|
|SubprojectVersion||gvSIG - 1.10.0|
|SubprojectResolveVersion||gvSIG - 1.11.0|
In gvSIG 1.10 it has been eliminated the JAI libraries dependency (native, not java). As a result these .jar files aren't included in the installation anymore. In case you find some error related with the missing libaries, please, let us know. Thanks.
So if they are not needed anymnore by the core of gvSIG, why these libraries (jai_core.jar, jai_codec.jar) are copied in linux? And why in Windows the licenses of these libraries are copied? Another question, if Jai dependency has been eliminated, why jai_imageio.jar is copied in both systems?
Commit [gvsig-desktop 34239],Added jai libs missing to _fwAndami, but still missing to test if the installer copy the libraries correctly.
I made the installation of Windows XP 1.11 in gvSIG and javajai_codec.jar and jai_core.jar files are copied correctly route: C: \ [instalation_directory_gvSIG] / bin / lib ------ He hecho la instalacion de gvSIG 1.11 en Windows XP y los archivos de javajai_codec.jar y jai_core.jar se copian correctamente la ruta: C:\ [directorio_instalacion_gvSIG]/bin/lib