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So you've decided you want to build Xuggler yourself. Good on you.It's not for the timid though. This page gives detailed instructions.But if you don't want to deal with this, try one of our installers onthe downloads page.
See the xuggle-xuggler-test project for an example of a Maven-based java programthat depends on Xuggler (this project executes lots of long-running CPU-intensive tests of Xuggler). Examine that project'spom.xml file.
What are you... stuck in 2003? Anyway, if you insist on this, Xuggler's pre-compiled binaries (including native versions) can be found here.Make sure that xuggle-xuggler.jar and its dependencies areincluded in your Java classpath. See the xuggle-xugger-*.pom file distributed with the version of Xuggler that you use to find the (small) setof dependent jars, and download them as well.
Xuggler contains Native Code and therefore requires special installation with J2EE containers such as Tomcat, Jetty or Glassfish. It must be installed in a locationwhere the J2EE container loads it, rather than a specific web application (unless you can guarantee that your application is the only application in the server that willload Xuggler). You will have to look up the specific documentation for your specific container, but as an example, for Tomcat make sure you install xuggle-xuggler.jarfile to $CATALINA_HOME/shared/lib. See tomcat JNI notesfor the reason why.
We ship Xuggler with a few jar files. Most users will only need xuggle-xuggler.jar but the others provide optionsfor advanced use cases. For example, some users only want to support one operating system (e.g. Windows 32-bit) and wantto minimize download size, and so we provide some jar files that contain support for only one operating system. Read onfor more information.
This Jar file should work on any of the operating systems above. The Xuggler native codeis compiled as one large shared object file per operating systems, and each shared objectcan be found in a subdirectory at com/xuggler/ferry in theclasspath of the jar file. There is a properties file named com/xuggle/ferry/native-contents.propertiesthat is used by Xuggler to determine which operating systems are supported in each Jar file, which allows Xuggler to havemore than one operating system's native code in a single jar file.
I have literally no clue where to start doing this. I've downloaded the necessary Jar's from the site, and done some research on how to install Xuggler in Eclipse, and everything is outdated or irrelevant.
My system is a 64-Bit Windows 8. Most things that worked in vista and windows 7 should be compatible with my system as long as they are also 64-bit compatible.All I would like to be able to do is obviously run an application with it in Eclipse. 2b1af7f3a8