can anyone post a link to download a jar file for jxmapviewer ?

asked 07 Mar '13, 17:12

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edited 07 Mar '13, 17:34

After some digging I found SwingLabs and JXMapViewer at http://java.net/projects/SwingLabs . Probably you need SwingX and SwingX-ws, which can be obtained (hopefully) from http://java.net/downloads/swingx/releases/1.6.2/ .

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answered 08 Mar '13, 09:59

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edited 08 Mar '13, 10:00

I am not sure why you needed to dig - I already mentioned this, but have made if more clear now. ;-)

(08 Mar '13, 11:15) aseerel4c26 ♦

My google-fu was impaired today. I lost myself i a maze of nonworking links, references to swinglabs.org which would'n load and all that other stuff...

(08 Mar '13, 13:32) gormo

probably due to the apparently recent server move of java.net (see notice on top of http://swingx.java.net/ ). Following the link in this notice I (currently) end at: http://java.net/downloads/swingx/releases/swingx-all-1.6.4.jar (which is a working jar file download)

(08 Mar '13, 15:24) aseerel4c26 ♦

Found via our docu wiki's search function: JMapViewer See section "releases" - it links to zip download (which contain the jar you search for). Also the first hit in a google or bing search. ;-) Did you search for something different?

Based on the half (please also change the title) question update to "jxmapviewer" instead of "JMapViewer": Well, which program do you mean? Searching for jxmapviewer in our wiki bring me to JXMapViewer. Which shows no further link (currently, I will update the page if that link works for you, please comment).

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answered 07 Mar '13, 17:35

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