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Okey I'm ready to increase and give the points to both of you. I just have one thing on my mind
that bothers me.
Which is much better on a Java IDE :
1.) After installation the user needs to specify the javac path for the javac. If the user wants to run
a file he also needs to specify the path of the file plus the main for it to run.
Like what : intelliJ is doing.
2.) Automatically detect the path of javac. On running the IDE set a temporary file for you to run
the file that your doing.
Thank You . . .
I'm using kungstoff look & feel w/c is available at www.incors.org My approach before was a notepad
project but then I decided to finish it as an IDE because I've already finish the creating, opening, saving,
printing of the file, compiling and just today I've already finish the running process w/c the user needs
to specify his classpath and the main-class.
Your also making an IDE its nice to know that were doing the similar thing, is that a project for a company or a project in college or you just felt like doing it like me ?. What will be the name of your IDE ?
Friend : Javatm
I'm doing my project just for myself - like you. It doesn't have any official name yet, but I call it Javagen.
I've visited the incors.org and downloaded their LAF and I've visited their screenshots section and found a very ineresting link to jclasslib. This library will be very helpful to me because I will implement my own compiler for my IDE, so this is just what I need!
So thanks for this link, it was very helpful for me!!! I could even give you some Dukes for it but I can't in this thread... so let me know if you are interested and I start a new thread for this.