This section will explain how to set the proper environment variables on Windows NT.
Environment variables provide information to applications. Windows NT places user defined environment variables in the system section of the control panel.
There are three environment variables that need to be set in order for you to have the modules in place that Chimera uses. They are:
To check whether you have these variables set properly, follow these steps to the location of the environment variables:
Note: In this screenshot, SWING_HOME and JAVA_HOME are properly set, and the path to the chimera byte-code is set in CLASSPATH (chimera.zip was a testing version of chimera used by the tester).
You should set the Environment Variables to include the proper paths to packages Chimera 2.0 needs on your system. (See the sections on setting the various packages to the CLASSPATH on Solaris for examples with show what the path set-ups were like.)