The default compilation procedure (perl Makefile.PL && make) doesn't compile the netscape/mozilla plugin (in the Plugin directory).
It would be great if it could !
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It should compile, depending on whether certain conditions are met in the Makefile.PL. What platform are you compiling it for? What OS??
The code in the Makefile.PL checks for a valid javac compiler; and the NETSCAPE_INST entry in the vrml.conf* file (for your system) to be defined.
After the Perl Makefile.PL, edit the Makefile, and see if the "Plugin:" label has code with it.
Please get back to me, and we'll figure this one out.
Ok - it was found that there was a problem with performing the compile on some AMD64 platforms. This has been
corrected. Note that the plugin code on AMD64 boxes does not "swallow" the freewrl window; there used to be a problem
with passing window IDs on some AMD64 linux platforms, so this code has been disabled.
The changes to the vrml.conf files for AMD64 boxes.
I hope this fixes your problem.
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I was compiling it on Mandriva Linux 2007.
I will test with the latest version and see if it is ok now
So I tried with 1.19.5
I don't have a java compiler but this doesn't seem mandatory (?)
After the "perl Makefile.PL" command, I have in the Makefile :
$(CC) -shared -o Plugin/npfreewrl.so $(PLOBJS)
... but the plugin is not compiled :-/
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