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conflict between Sun's JDK and an IDE

 
Marc Landry
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Hello everybody!
Running Codewarrior 6.1 on a iMac OS9.1.
Trying to get through the tutorials( 100% java newbie) on Sun's site but can't get the files to compile.
I downloaded Sun Microsystems MRJ SDK and MRJ files as indicated on their site.
Then, i installed Codewarrior on my machine.
Could there be a conflict between the two???
Thanks in advance.
P.S. Where do i find more info on this cattle drive?
 
Marc Landry
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Just wanted to add that the errors i get after i " do javac" are mostly can't find this file and unable to locate that file, etc...
thanks again
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Welcome to JavaRanch!
I know almost nothing about Macs. I do know that lots of great information can be found by searching past conversations. The search page link is at the top right of this page.
After searching, if you've found an answer, I'm sure future searchers and current viewers would appreciate it if you'd share that information. Of course, if after searching you still haven't found any info, just say so and I'm sure someone with Mac experience will speak up.
Good Luck.
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Also, I just did a quick search at http://developer.apple.com/ for "Java Codewarrior" and turned up more than one promising looking link. For example:
An Introduction To Java Programming with Codewarrior - Setting Up the Project
Good Luck.
 
Marc Landry
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Thanks Dirk, i'll check those out
Later
 
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Hi Mark, unless you are really stuck using OS 9 for some reason, I'd highly recommend using OS X for Java development. The out-of-the-box Java support is wonderful.
hth,
bear
 
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