[Biojava-l] query

Mark Schreiber markjschreiber at gmail.com
Tue May 8 09:35:59 UTC 2007

Hi -

Minimally you need to create a new library called biojava. Then you
need to add the appropriate jar files (take a look at www.biojava.org
in the getting started section to see which ones you need).

You can also add the source code if you have downloaded it and the
javadocs if you download them. Adding the source code and javadocs is
not essential but it is nice to have them available when coding.

- Mark

On 5/4/07, rohit reja <rejarohit2004 at gmail.com> wrote:
> hello all
> i want to incorporate biojava in netbeans IDE so that i can use
> biojava libraries/modules in my program .
> Can anyone elaborate the steps to do that
> --
> Rohit Reja
> 3rd -B.tech-Bioinformatics
> VIT University
> Vellore
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