Notice that this is not a classic
ClassNotFoundExceptionis always quite easy to fix. You have to check that you have your classpaths in order. This is something that a every Java developer has to learn to fix, otherwise you do not survive as a Java developer for long. But to fix the
NoClassDefFoundErroris harder. It basically means that your environment has found the class, but there is something fishy with the bytecode. In this case I have no clue. Is this a compiler problem? Is it a problem with the preverifier? I have done Googling on it, but did not find any relevant answers. Is a problem with Eclipse MTJ? Do you have any clue?
So bear with me, there is a new Microlog snapshot release on its way. I will have to fix the above problem before releasing the code. For the impatient developer, the code is available in the Microlog source repository.