|Subject||:||Anyone using JBuilder 2005 or 2006?|
|Date||:||08 Nov, 2006 on 21:34|
I noticed on Borland's site (http://www.borland.com/downloads/download_jbuilder.html) that their free version is now referred to as Foundation (was Personal) and it comes in a 2005 and 2006 version.
Thought I'd ask here (before attempting to do the install myself) if anyone had experience running newer versions of JBuilder on OS/2 or eComstation. If so, what level of Java is needed and how much memory and disk space does it need.
I found scripts on Java Corner and Hobbes showing how to install in Windows; then move to OS/2, set up Environment variables, etc., but these were for older versions of JBuilder.
|Subject||:||Re:Anyone using JBuilder 2005 or 2006?|
|Date||:||09 Nov, 2006 on 19:20|
I have jBuilderX Foundation installed and working with the Innotek java142_09 SDK package.
Not being a java programmer I cannot comment on how well it performs but I did manage to work through the "build an editor" example without problems.
I do use a cmd script to start it which I post here for you to modify to your needs - especially drive:\path bits:-
REM /* jbuilderx.cmd */
REM /* To run Borland JBuilder X Foundation ("for Windows") */
I also have K:\JAVA\JAVA142\JRE\BIN; in my config.sys Path
Hope that helps