[Geany] How to use multuiple JDKs(Solved!)
joegum at xxxxx
Mon Aug 25 04:39:05 UTC 2008
Joe G wrote:
> I'm a noob on this list, so i hope it's OK to ask a few questions.
> I'm currently running Geany v0.14 on Slackware 12.1 with all updates and
> patches applied.
> I have found
> Set Include and Arguments>>
> Java Source File Commands
> Compile javac "%f"
> Execute java "%e"
> I'm sorry if this is a dumb question, but I've tried searching through
> Geany, looking over the documentation and searching the archives, but I
> don't seem to be able to find an answer.
> If I have multiple versions of Sun's JDK installed, is there a
> command(s) I can enter into Geany to select one specific version to
> compile and execute. Say I want to use 1.5.0 or 1.6.0 while having them
> both installed.
> I'm going to be taking a Java-130 class and I'm not sure of which Java
> version I'm going to be required to use. But, my system is happy with
> 1.6.0, so I'd like to not have to change my system-wide java if I can
> just modify the commands in Geany.
> -Joe G.
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> Geany at uvena.de
I just entered the full path.. Didn't realize it would be that simple.
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