public class Install
- extends java.lang.Object
Install is the class that has the main entry point when Java is launched from Mathematica
via InstallJava. It sets up definitions in Mathematica for calls into Java and starts up the
Reader thread, which waits for calls arriving from Mathematica. It has only one method of interest
to users, getStdLink(), which has been deprecated.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public static void main(java.lang.String args)
- This is the entry point called by the Mathematica function InstallJava.
Users will not call this unless they are trying to manually establish a link between Java
and Mathematica, instead of using the default launch behavior of InstallJava. For example,
here is how you could establish a link using listen/connect modes. You might do this if you
wanted to launch the Java runtime inside a debugger such as the one provided in your
Java development environment:
On the command line, or in your Java development environment:
java com.wolfram.jlink.Install -linkname 1234 -linkmode listen
Then in Mathematica:
public static KernelLink getStdLink()
- Deprecated. As of J/Link 1.1, use
public static boolean install(MathLink ml)
public static boolean install(MathLink ml,
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