|May 31, 2011, 08:14 PM||#1|
Java on mac
i just got an ibook g3 (not clamshell) and i want to learn java. are there any free programs that i can use to write then compile java programs. i heard some stuff about xcode but i dont think it is free.
20 gig hd
384 mb sdram
600 mhz power pc g3
|Jun 1, 2011, 01:18 AM||#4|
You can use NetBeans - I think 6.8 was the last version that supported PowerPC.
I hope you got the iBook for free.
You could also check out craiglist and buy a cheap PC (Under $100) that would give you way better performance and a more fun java learning experience.
|Jun 5, 2011, 04:27 PM||#5|
You'll need to compile from the command line, but it shouldn't be that difficult to do (it'll get you used to working with the command line). This should be a good introduction to Java on the Mac.
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