[vtkusers] Many thanks!

shu gao gshu418 at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 14 12:54:55 EDT 2006

Dear all,
    I am developing web service using VTK.So I need to use it from java.But 
I have some questions as follows:
1)How to building vtk on Windows XP with java support?
2)I am wondering whether I need to Compile VTK from source
using recent CVS trunk rather than release brunches because I was told that 
the release version of VTK do not
include classes vtk.vtkPanel and vtk.vtkCanvas in the vtk.jar library needed 
by most of the
examples .Is this true?If so,how to get vtk from cvs and build from  source?

3)where could I get more VTK examples from java?For example,I want to get 
medical program from java rather than c++.
Many thanks in advance.

Kind regards,
Gao shu

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