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    May I ask why you do not wish to use Eclipse or any form of IDE?


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    No, you don't want to use eclipse? No, you don't want to be a smart and efficient programmer?

    Don't get me wrong, it's the BEST knowing how to do everything without an IDE - but maybe you should learn a little about the language first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gosre View Post
    No, you don't want to use eclipse? No, you don't want to be a smart and efficient programmer?

    Don't get me wrong, it's the BEST knowing how to do everything without an IDE - but maybe you should learn a little about the language first.
    How do you know I don't know anything about the language? I just don't feel like learning eclipse this very second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanity RSPS View Post
    How do you know I don't know anything about the language? I just don't feel like learning eclipse this very second.
    There really isn't that much to 'learn' it's just getting to know your way around it.
    It won't take long to get your head around it, and it'll save you loads of time and frustration in the long run.
    Also you don't have to use eclipse, other IDE's are available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Mage View Post
    There really isn't that much to 'learn' it's just getting to know your way around it.
    It won't take long to get your head around it, and it'll save you loads of time and frustration in the long run.
    Also you don't have to use eclipse, other IDE's are available.
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    For the run:

    Code:
    @echo off
    title txt
    java -Xmx250m -cp bin;deps/*; main_location main_values
    pause
    Compiler:
    Code:
    @echo off
    cd ./src
    JDK_location -cp -d ./bin/ ./*.java
    pause


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    Quote Originally Posted by arch337 View Post
    For the run:

    Code:
    @echo off
    title txt
    java -Xmx250m -cp bin;deps/*; main_location main_values
    pause
    Compiler:
    Code:
    @echo off
    cd ./src
    JDK_location -cp -d ./bin/ ./*.java
    pause
    The run.bat works just fine, but the compilers dont!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanity RSPS View Post
    The run.bat works just fine, but the compilers dont!
    What does it say when you are trying to compile? That it cant find the correct folder?
    Try and change
    Code:
    ./*.java
    into

    Code:
    ./main_folder_location/*.java
    Also your jdk location need to locate to the javac.exe


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    Quote Originally Posted by arch337 View Post
    What does it say when you are trying to compile? That it cant find the correct folder?
    Try and change
    Code:
    ./*.java
    into

    Code:
    ./main_folder_location/*.java
    Also your jdk location need to locate to the javac.exe
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