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hey ..does any one know how to compile java programs in slackware?is there any package thats to be downloaded from the net or ..i have downloaded the iso image..and i have made a full installation..some one plz help me out...
hey podolib..thanx for your reply anyways.but i already started downloading jbuilder which i found while searching this forum for info on java...anyways...i will work on it and then when ifind it not so kewl..i 'll just dump and go for JDSK.....
The JSDK is just the compiler (javac) and the java application (java) to run programs, it isn't an IDE. No matter what IDE you use (like JBuilder etc) they will either have a JSDK with them (which is probably old) or they will ask you where yours is installed. I would recommend gettign the latest JSDK from sun installing it and then from you command prompt you have access to java and javac, but then if JBuilder doesn't work out for you try another IDE like NetBeans (which is pretty cool) or something as simple as NEdit or JEdit for just editing your code, then to compile it and run it do it via the command prompt. Albeit IDE's integrate that for you, it is good to know how to do if you are a java programmer. Good Luck and God's speed...
hey thanx podolib..i will try JSDK.also...now i came to know whats the difference between IDE and a pure compiler..hey i just checked with the java.sun.com site...there ..a lots of info is given about j2ee
j2me j2se but none is given about JSDK....have you got any idea?
Yeah sorry about that, they have changed what they call it over the years, it used to be JDK (java development kit) and then JDSK (java standard development kit) now it is J2SE 1.4.2 SDK (java 2 standard edition 1.4.2 standard development kit)