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I like food, programming, drawing, playing piano, bike riding, walking, camping, anime, getting my questions answered on SE, and any good TV series.


Mar
13
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
@TMN, yes I have tryed that, a friend also suggested doing that, but sadly it did not work :(
Feb
15
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
Yes, exactly, so I guess running a java file is OK, because java is also preinstalled with the system. So I don't see anything wrong with running a program that is supported by default.
Feb
14
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
Regrading running Eclipse as through the command line using the command "java -jar "C:/Users.../org.eclipse..."" This results in an error producing a log saying file, the main error is "!MESSAGE An error occurred while automatically activating bundle org.eclipse.ui.workbench (182).". Any Ideas on how to fix this error (I much perfer working with eclipse then any other IDE).
Feb
14
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
No, I have to acsess to the BIOS (password set by the DET), and the first boot option is the hard drive, it's a netbook, so there is no acsess to a cd drive, and you cannot boot from a thumbdrive due to the boot order.
Feb
14
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
Yah, I need it in a executable jar form.
Feb
14
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
@Rig No, you can not run ANY executable other then the ones pre-installed on the system, so that means no portable apps.
Feb
13
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
Nope, cannot run executables from the command line.
Feb
13
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
By "portable" I mean just copying the JDK files into a directory, it seems to work on the desktop computers at school, (I have eclipse on my thumbdrive and the jdk in a directory on it, And I change the config file for eclipse depending on the drive letter the thumbdrive is assigned)
Feb
13
comment Java IDE written in pure Java?
Well, I have portable version of the JDK, in the IDE I can just set the source of the JDK for the compiler the directory where I have copied it.