|Subject:||Re: [Help-glpk] jni, threadsafe, 4.8|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Apr 2005 00:02:37 -0700|
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I was the original author of JNI so I may be able to answer some questions:
Kratzke, Tom wrote:
I do not know -- this is the question to maintainer(s).
In JNI all code is thread-safe by definition, so there should be no worry here.
No need for this: JNI should just work out-of-the-box if all interface changes made in glpk were reflected in JNI code.
This is again up to people who makes changes.
You just compile JNI .dll, place it into special folder inside of jdk, compile .jar and place it into another special
folder inside jdk (see README) and it should just run after this.
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