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The latest BeanBuilder (BeanBuilder 0.6 alpha) no more runs from its run .sh although so is instructed in the website. It requires an installation of "Apache ant" for its functioning. Further You need the JDK rather than the JRE since the builder uses the Swing BeanInfo classes in the dt.jar.
I have explained the installation of latest BeanBuilder (BeanBuilder 0.6 alpha) on windows platform at the following thread in Developer Forums.
U may check that and try on Fedora similarly.
If u like I shall explain u the installation of latest BeanBuilder (BeanBuilder 0.6 alpha) on Linux platform (Fedora core 3, thats what I use) in a similar step by step fashion.
Just mail me at email@example.com . I shall guide u.
But my point is Why do u need an obsolete unsupported tool like BeanBuilder and that's also an alpha version of that.
Why don't u use NetBeans IDE. Much more efficient, well documented and supported.
I suggest u the following:
1> Download JDK 6 with Netbeans 5.5 RPM or bin package from the URL below and install it.
2>On Nov 10, 2006 SUN has updated its java tutorial latest. That updation contains the very long waited latest updated javabeans tutorial. That explains how to use NetBeans to develop JavaBeans as well as the latest JavaBeans features. It's a beautiful tutorial of just 18 web pages. Download it (tutorial.zip, tut-examples.zip, tut-swing.zip) from the following URL and follow the JavaBeans trail.
3> Enjoy your experience.
If u face any problem at all, feel absolutely free to mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is that O.K.?
May your wishes all come true.