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That means use
javac -deprecation yourFile.java
and it should give you a nice message about what's wrong.
Often you can ignore this annoying prompt. It just means that a method or whatever is not recognised any more. As long as it does not produce an error, then just ignore it.
I have received the following message in DOS while
trying to compile a .java file. I understand that the
message below relates to old commands, but what do I
do regarding the:
recompile with -deprecation for details (?). What am I
supposed to type in?
Note: navdeluxe.java uses or overrides a deprecated
Note: Recompile with -deprecation for details.
Many thanks for your messages. I'm grateful for your post.
I have tried what was suggested and got 5 errors (as before) and 79 warnings! Is that a record!?
The errors suggest something is wrong with the mouseMove event (among several others). Do I need to replace these with Sun's more up to date phrases?
The newer event handling is better, which is why the old stuff has been deprecated. I think it's worth learning. Here's some information on listeners and events:
Many thanks Wil
I'll take a peek.