amitabh at aspec.com
Fri Aug 1 11:00:05 PDT 1997
Actually, I will be interested in loading and unloading classes. For now
doing it locally will suffice. Would someone post the code to do it?
That will be, really, a greate help.
Thanks in anticipation. -amitabh arora
On Thursday, July 31, 1997 5:39 PM, James Wilson
[SMTP:jwilson at math.rochester.edu] wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Jul 1997, Guy Carpenter wrote:
> > I've just started using kaffe as the
> > engine for a 3d virtual world. The current implementation
> > uses plain C. I'm now splitting the
> > server engine (which will remain in C) from the world model,
> > which will be rewritten in Java.
> hi. I'm working on a similar project which might be of use to you. in a
> nutshell, it's a mud or virtual world system, written entirely in java,
> which is designed to communicate with java clients and extend their
> functionality as needed by sending classes over the network.
> > Parts of the world model will be modified on the fly. I'm be trying to
> > get a local file ClassLoader working so I can experiment with
> > loading (and hopefully unloading) classes. I've just started
> I have a series of classes I could give to you which allow loading of
> classes from either a remote server or the local filesystem. Actually,
> loading in classes from the local system is the easy part: ClassLoader
> defines a findSystemClass method. Unloading will depend on your
> James Wilson
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