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    Default Setting up Java Development Environment

    pls how can i go about setting, as a window user?


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    Default Re: Setting up Java Development Environment

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    I'm not sure what question you're asking. What are you trying to set?

    This page has a section for Microsoft Windows (find it) that includes links in the order needed to get your environment set up. Please work through those and come back when you need help.

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    Default Re: Setting up Java Development Environment

    Not sure if using this reply is the proper way to ask a question; I'm new to this forum.

    Anyway, I work with an editor (JEdit if it matters), the command line (TCSH on an iMac), and Python scripts for my environment. I was using the -cs option (found on an old web page) on the java command I generate to run a program. Seems like a good idea and avoids makefile hell But I get a warning that it's been depreciated. It didn't cause anything to fail, but I'm wondering if its function has been removed, or is it being done automatically? There doesn't seem to be a replacement option which includes the function.

    The -cs option checks the dates on the .java files vs. the dates on the .class files (like make would) to save any helpful responders any lookup time.

    Thanx - Charlie

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