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Re: Calling Mathematica from Java (Eclipse)

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  • From: debguy <johnandsara2 at>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2013 04:08:36 -0400 (EDT)
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I have no idea about Eclipse.  And you didn't post the text of the
error or even which program complained.

I do know it is best to use math (the Mathematica binary, no front
end, the text interface for the kernel) if you can.  Use mathlink <->
whatever <-> kernel <-> front-end, only if you simply cannot not do
it :)

If you use "library linkage" by talking to versionally released
mathematic libs using versionally based java libs your likely to end
up with a variety of errors for every upgrade and for many or too many
customers - your asking for it.  Your asking to need to release a
product so quickly it's out at the time of a new mm release and lasts
about as long as the mm release.  Being Java with mathlink you might
do better: but not certainly.  There are many changes out and about in
java , mm, and platforms these days.

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