Devon- OK, I'm confused too. I don't have a jimi-1.0.jar (or any jimi*.jar, for that matter) I'm attaching the .bat that came with my download (I downloaded last Friday, so I would think they'd be the same, since the download directory we both pulled from shows the package being last uploaded on March 4th.
I don't think it'll make any difference, though, since you seem to be including everything that is there. I'm not familiar enough with Java (I've done a little programming in it, but when apps start using multiple jars, it becomes black magic to me) to have any answer, other than using the .bat file that works for me. I do think you're correct in the assumption that your OS shouldn't matter (I'm on XP, BTW.) Here are the contents of my batch file: java -cp build\fop.jar;lib\batik.jar;lib\xalan-2.0.0.jar;lib\xerces-1.2.3.jar;lib\avalon-framework-4.0.jar;lib\logkit-1.0.jar;lib\jimi-1.0.jar org.apache.fop.apps.Fop -c conf/userconfig.xml %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 It should be untouched from the time I downloaded it, other than the -c conf/userconfig.xml parameter I added to use some custom fonts. Hope that helps. If not, post back, and perhaps someone wiser than I can help. -Jeff Hi Jeff, Now I'm confused. I downloaded FOP from http://xml.apache.org/dist/fop/ , just this morning. It didn't include a jimi.jar and it didn't include any .bat files either. I included ever .jar file that was in my lib directory, in the classpath. Is there another place that I can download from? I'm using Windows ME, but I don't think that would matter would it (since it's all java)? Devon --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > Devon- > > I think you're missing a jar in there. My call to FOP > includes the > following -cp parameter: > > -cp > build\fop.jar;lib\batik.jar;lib\xalan-2.0.0.jar;lib\xerces-1.2.3.jar;lib\avalon-framework-4.0.jar;lib\logkit-1.0.jar;lib\jimi-1.0.jar > > I didn't see the path to the jimi-1.0,jar in your classpaths, > and I'm not > sure what ant.jar is. I guess including the path to jimi.jar > would be my > first attempt. > > Just out of curiosity, why aren't you using the fop.bat that > comes in the > downloadable package? > > -Jeff