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How to create a Java Runtime Editor

 
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Hi,
I am working on a requirement in which I need to integrate a java runtime editor in swing application.
Any suggestions..
 
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What is a "Java Runtime Editor" ?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:What is a "Java Runtime Editor" ?



1. An editor in which user can write java code..
I mean java programs and if user will type an object name then respective method names should come up in drop down..
Similar to eclipse / netbeans..
But the editor should have some jar files, those I can use in my swing application .

2.It should also give compilation errors.
 
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Maybe you can rip out an editing component from one of these projects, or embed them in your application: http://java-source.net/open-source/ides
 
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Hi All,
Even I am having the same problem. Ulf Dittmer, can you be more specific on how to use editor from these open sources?

 
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No, I can't - I've never looked into this myself. But some of those tools do what was asked, and since they're open source, everyone can check out what they do (and possibly even use some of their code, license permitting).
 
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