hey everyone !!!
well i got a very annoying problem i am teaching my self about java and especially about developing programs that could be used by Nintendo wii remote. i have recently found a perfect program that has been created in java and created for nintendo wii remote and it has a source code and the application is running well. everything works fine until i try opening the program in netbeans so i can play around with the code - it gives me errors that there are some surten files missing and so on....
this is the programs description link

download list

and here is the link for already compiled and running application http://code.google.com/p/wiiusej/downloads/detail?name=wiiusej%200.12b.zip&can=2&q=

this is the source code for the application

this is the download link for netbeans project that should work on netbeans straight away (it doesnt work for me..)

i hope someone can show me how to open this code so it works on netbeans so i can manipulate the code. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
thank you very much

it gives me errors

Please copy and paste the full text of the errors here.

Updating property file: D:\Document's\Downloads\wiiuse\SampleAppWiiuseJ\build\built-jar.properties
Created dir: D:\Document's\Downloads\wiiuse\SampleAppWiiuseJ\build\empty
D:\Document's\Downloads\wiiuse\SampleAppWiiuseJ\nbproject\build-impl.xml:413: The following error occurred while executing this line:
D:\Document's\Downloads\wiiuse\SampleAppWiiuseJ\nbproject\build-impl.xml:199: unbalanced quotes in -Xbootclasspath/p:'D:\Document's\Downloads\wiiuse\SampleAppWiiuseJ\${endorsed.classpath}'
BUILD FAILED (total time: 0 seconds)

it not much of the errors and it is not very explanatory


Checkout line 199 in your build-impl.xml, and see if the extra quote in Document's is valid, if you have no such folder, then delete the quote.

i cant believe that was the only problem thanks a lot it took me days to make it work now it is perfectly working thank you
i can carry on with the work from now on thanks again !!!!

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