Java Jar / Music
Are java jars supported? I'd like to use JFugue for music as an example, but anything would be possible with jars.
jars should be supported, but audio is not supported (I mentioned that because of the title of the post)
@theangryepicbanana Actually, sound is supported - Java's javax.sound packages are there and working. I have a test case even working with sound - just using Java's HttpServer to output audio/wav via the web. But trying to do sound without a library is very very complex - and Java Jar library's would make this and many other things easy and teachable!
@JacquesFleische I have never had the time / need to explore this, but I do know that ReplIt does support this and much more now. See their docs: https://docs.replit.com/misc/playing-audio-replit. There was also an example project I saw once from someone else that had it working in Java. The shortcomings of 3 years ago are certainly gone, but this one isn't one of my priorities personally.