The app isn't as clear cut as I would like. It seems to be heavily tied to JBuilder for Linux. I usually like to use my own editor and the JDK from sun. I guess this will have to be a compounded learning experience.
I couldn't find any decent JBuilder books. And the folks I work for are still looking for the books that came with JBuilder. It seems that those books will be an important step. I used JBuilder 1.0 and was not impressed. It wanted to permanently tie you to them and try to seperate you from Java. Not so anymore?
So I'm looking through the machine and trying to get the lay of the land. What is "Borland Kylix"?
Since I couldn't find a way to activate the application I'm working on from the command line, I hit "run" from within JBuilder. It started making a bunch of windows and when I had seen enough I couldn't get the windows to go away. One (possibly more) went to a big gray rectangle and insisted on being on top of everything else. I ended up having to shut down KDE and start over. How could I have handled this better?
I see the green arrow, but don't have a red box. I guess this is a difference with the linux version.
I'm still trying to figure out how to map what it calls "library" to a jar file, class, or whatever.
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