Feb 27th, 2012, 01:08 PM
Burn applet to cd
I've made a java applet game as my final project at school, and to make it look a bit better i wanted to burn it onto a cd and put it in a game box. I have no experience with burning cd's. So how should i do this?
I want to be like that when i put the cd in the disc drive and it plays that it automatically runs the applet. Is this possible?
Feb 27th, 2012, 04:11 PM
Re: Burn applet to cd
I'm not sure what you're asking makes sense. An applet is a java program that runs within a browser, meant for execution when the browser visits a particular web page. You could create the web page that references a (local) applet, I suppose, and gen up an autorun that caused the CD to 'execute' an HTML file when the disk was put into the drive -- does that sound like what you're after?
It's just odd that someone writes a Java program specifically meant for a web browser and then wants to distribute it on plastic. It would make more sense from several standpoints if you created a web page with your game and put the applet on that.
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