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jbuilder is fast, it has very low-overhead and support parallel buildson all platforms. It has no system dependencies, all you need to buildjbuilder and packages using jbuilder is OCaml. You don't need or makeor bash as long as the packages themselves don't use bash explicitely.
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If have a problem concering an old java project done with jbuilder. I converted it into a netbeans project and it works fine. However i cant open the GUI files originally written in the jbuilder ide. So i do not have the possibility to adapt/open these files by the netbeans forms editor. Sure i can edit the plain code, but thats quite annoying because of the complexity. Also i cant see any .forms files from the jbuilder project which i expected. So, my question is, is there a way to open dialog GUI files created by jbuilder in a netbeans swing forms designer for adaption? Is there a conversion tool, or something?
You can download the JBuilder Project Importer Module to import projects that you have developed with JBuilder 2005 into NetBeans IDE. (For NetBeans IDE 5.5, this module can also import projects developed with JBuilder 2006). This module eliminates or greatly reduces the amount of work you have to do get your projects working in NetBeans IDE as they worked in JBuilder.
If the contents of the CD-ROM still cannot be copied to the hard drive, an alternative is to simply download and install the appropriate trial version of JBuilder. The trial product will be converted to a full product by using your serial number during registration. Make sure that you choose the download that matches the license (e.g a serial number for Developer will NOT activate the Enterprise Trial). The Trial downloads may be accessed from the following location:
There are some rare times that some unexplainable behaviors occur in JBuilder or it inexplicably will not start when it was working fine previously. One possible fix is to clear out your existing user settings so that new default ones will be used. To do this, delete the .jbuilder2005 and .primetimex directories in your "user home" directory. New default ones will be created the next time you launch JBuilder.
Step 2: Unzip and Install files: Unzip each of the files you downloaded. You can use the same directory as you downloaded the files to for unzipping, and each zip file will unzip to its own subdirectory in that directory.
In each of the subdirectories created by unzipping, run the "intall.exe" file to install the JBuilder software, the documentation, and the sample files. Once JBuilder 3.5 is installed in the drive you specify, each of the other sets of files will automatically choose the same directory for installation.
Step 3: Using JBuilder for thefirst time Launch JBuilder 4 from the Start menu (assuming a Windows system)
When the licensing dialog opens, enter the Serial Number and Install Key information that you copied after downloading the JBuilder files. Then read/accept the licensing agreement (unless you decide to use a different product).
When JBuilder loads make the following changes under Project Default Project Properties: Under the Paths tab, set the paths you want to use as your default locations for your class files (output), source files, and documentation files. The default location is buried in your windows profile and you might prefer to location that is easier to find.
Under Tools IDE Editor, change the default spacing for tabs and block indentations to 4 spaces. Under the Indent options on the same tab, you can select "Indent after brace" for automatic indentation on the line following an opening brace.
Under Tools IDE Browser, change the "Look and Feel" option to "Windows." (This will make it easier to examine the output from our test program.)
Under File Page Layout, you can change the fonts for printing on the Page Layout tab, or the header information on the Advanced tab.
Step 4: Type in the following Javaapplication to get familiar with the JBuilder environment: If the sample Welcome project opens automatically, close the project and all files from the File menu before continuing with our project.
From the File menu, select "New Project". Enter a project location and select Next.
Fill in the requested information in the dialog box. E.g., Title: Hello, Author: , Company: (whatever you want to fill in), and a brief description of the project. Select Finish.
From the File menu, select "New class". Fill in the class name. Select the options "Public" and "Generate main function." Deselect the other options. Click OK. In the program editing pane, complete the following program.
Go to the Downloads section in the Borland website, and choose to download the JBuilder Foundation. After registering, a page like in the picture below will be shown. Download the Windows installation. Borland's download manager should make the download very fast.
There is one more setting that needs to be made. If you previously installed JDK 1.5.x, an error might be generated when you try to start the SAGS agent server because JBuilder's original JDK 1.4 has overwritten the registry records and the system now thinks that JDK 1.4 is installed. We will fix that by downloading and executing this script which will correct the settings. After executing the script, a confirmation message like in the image below shoud appear. Choose Yes.
im not 100% sure on this topic, but does jbuilder not have a free personal edition for testing and the like? i just checked the site and theres a foundation edition of the software. i havent used jbuilder in years, but only got into java programming in a real way a while back. going to download this soon and try it out. try it out. i know its not got some of the features of the enterprise eddition or what ever, but there is also a demo of this available. it could be worth the 90 - 300+mb download (foundation is 90mb or so, enterprise trial 300+!)