NetRexx User's Guide, version 2.02
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|Draft of 22 May 2001|
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The procedure for setting the CLASSPATH environment variable depends on your operating system (and there may be more than one way). Here are some examples:
set classpath=.;c:\java1.2\lib\NetRexxC.jarIn this example, the first segment of the value (before the semicolon) lets classes in the current directory be found, and the second segment includes the classes needed by the NetRexx translator. Both environments normally include the standard Java classes automatically. Under Java 1.2, you may need to add the Sun tools classes explicitly (in tools.jar, see above).
CLASSPATH=<newdir>:$CLASSPATH export CLASSPATHChanges for re-boot or opening of a new window should be placed in your /etc/profile, .login, or .profile file, as appropriate.
setenv CLASSPATH <newdir>:$CLASSPATHChanges for re-boot or opening of a new window should be placed in your .cshrc file.
If you are unsure of how to do this, check the documentation you have for installing the Java toolkit.