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So, I retrofit secure Echat to work with the new E, build a new source =
eChat from the version in the chapter that you sent me, fix the import =
So I bring up 2 copies of the program on my computer, write out a URI = file, everything's good until I read the file with the URI and try to = connect; the copy that reads the file and makes the first attempt to = send a message now gives me the following error in the DOS window:=20
Warning: failed to load the IJCE.properties file.
Make sure that the CLASSPATH entry for IJCE is an absolute path.
The obvious answer, of course, is to give IJCE an absolute path. Alas, I = still get the same message when I use the command line: =20
bin\jre -cp =
eJar.jar;swing.jar;d:\programs\jre11\alg.jar;d:\programs\jre11\ijce.jar;d= :\programs\jre11\spt.jar;oromatcher.jar = org/erights/e/elang/syntax/EMain eChat\eChat4.txt =20
wherein all the cryptix items are given absolute paths.
On the off chance that the problem was that cryptix locks its properties = open for writing so you can't run 2 programs out of the same jar, I = duplicated the entire jre/e/cryptix world and ran my second program out = of the second directory.
Any idea what is going on here?
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