Installing Dr. Java

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Skip to main content Cornell University Department of Computer Science SEARCH CORNELL: Pages People more options Home Instructions Module 1 Module 2 Concepts/defs CS101J. Transition to OO programming. Spring 2008 DrJava The Java programming environment used in CS101J is DrJava, a free Integrated Development Environment (IDE). DrJava was developed by Professor Corky Cartwright at Rice University. Both DrJava and a professional IDE called Codewarrior are installed on computers in CIT labs in the Engineering Quad. This document shows you how to put DrJava on your computer. If you have problems, and if you have a laptop, the best thing to do is to bring it in to someone to look at. Contents Need for a virtual machine Downloading DrJava Finding tools.jar Running DrJava Documentation on using DrJava Wrong version error
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Contents Can't use JUnit tester You need a Java virtual machine You will need the Java software development kit (JDK) from the Sun website. If you have a Macintosh with Mac OS X, you almost certainly have the JDK installed already, so you don't have to download it. If you are using a PC running a version of Windows, chances are that you don't have the JDK yet, and you can download it here . Several download options will be offered. Choose JDK 6u2, the Java SE Development
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