|Oct 15, 2004, 07:09 PM||#1|
Java in Mac Classic OS
I am getting into java programming, the onyl computer I have access to readily uses OS 9.x.
What are my opitions for writting java software on this setup. I currently use a very dated version of codewarrior but have had some trouble with it in the past.
Are there any better IDEs preferably free. I ahve heard of eclipse which is made in java but wasn't sure if there was a way to run it in OS 9 due to the lack of support for newer APIs in java on OS 9.
I have tried using the MRJ SDK but have been a little confused with how to actually run the programs once i write the soucre code, what to do after i javac the code. there used to be a java program after javac u would java the class file but i don't knwo if it is there any more with the final MRJ SDK for OS 9
|Oct 21, 2004, 03:23 PM||#4|
One of the biggest factors for me to upgrade to OS X? Java.
My computer science classes for the last three years are taught using Java. Apple has come a long way for developers.
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