I got a native library that needs to be added to java.library.path. With JVM argument -Djava.library.path=path... I can set the path as I want.
My problem is that my other library (pentaho reporting) searches fonts based on the default java.library.path (including system directories etc) and the manual setting overrides the default path..
So : how can I add a path entry to the default java.library.path instead of overriding it (which seems to be done with -Djava.library.path)? (I wouldn't want to add the default path by hand, which wouldn't be nice for the sake of deployment)
EDIT: Sorry for missing details; I'm working with Eclipse. (The deployment is done with JNLP and there I can use nativelib under resources)
Had forgotten this issue... I was actually asking with Eclipse, sorry for not stating that originally. And the answer seems to be too simple (at least with 3.5; probably with older versions also):
Java run configuration's Arguments : VM arguments:
Must not forget the quotation marks, otherwise there are problems with spaces in PATH.