Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 11:22:49 -0000
I just did the "Installed Extensions" tutorial at
My extension wouldn't work until I put the .jar in:
I notice that I have most extensions (jars) in both directories?
Do I have a non-standard install?
(Windows XP; j2sdk1.4.2 (from Netbeans co-bundle))
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