Java At Stanford
How to compile and run Java at Stanford...
These are older tools we're not supporing anymore, now that
Eclipse works everywhere.
Eclipse guide -- how to use Eclipse, a free
open-source IDE supported by IBM. Eclipse is big, but it has
very professional features. Works on Unix, Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X
Quick and Dirty Java On Unix -- Concise,
quick guide to compiling, and running your
code on leland machines. You will need to
ensure that the code you turn in runs on those
Java On Unix -- compiling, running,
and debugging Java on the leland machines. Everyone should know how to
do this a little.
Codewarrior -- Stanford has a campus
wide license for CodeWarrior Mac and PC. Does C, C++, and Java.
NetBeans (Forte) -- another open source IDE
JBuilder guide -- how to use Borland's free
graphical editor and debugger on Unix, Windows, and MacOS X.
jBuilder is maybe less important now that there are open source alternatives.
Instructions for packaging an app in a jar file
which is the tidy way to pacakage an app to send it to someone.