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#Actual0Circle0

Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:36 AM

I've been programmed with Notepad++ using the command prompt to compile. I have a folder called Data that holds all my images. A bat file that I use to compile sign ect. I can run the app and it runs great. It is an Applet. 'extends Applet'

 

How do I open Netbeans and create a new project and import this to Netbeans. I can't even get the Helloworld examples used to set up NetBeans or Eclipse or any other JavaIDE available for windows.

 

Environment variables set and I know they are set up correctly because I already compile with the command prompt and I needed to set them to get them to work.

 

 

Basically I have installed netbeans went to create project and that was as far as 'working' as I could get. Beyond that nothing works. Compiles fine with no errors, but as for running the program. Something isn't being set up correctly.


#90Circle0

Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:35 AM

I've been programmed with Notepad++ using the command prompt to compile. I have a folder called Data that holds all my images. A bat file that I use to compile sign ect. I can run the app and it runs great. It is an Applet. 'extends Applet'

 

How do I open Netbeans and create a new project and import this to Netbeans. I can't even get the Helloworld examples used to set up NetBeans or Eclipse or any other JavaIDE available for windows.

 

Environment variables set and I know they are set up correctly because I already compile with the command prompt and I needed to set them to get them to work.

 

 

Basically I have installed netbeans went to create project and that was as far as 'working' as I could get. Beyond that nothing works.


#80Circle0

Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:35 AM

I've programmed with Notepad++ using the command prompt to compile. I have a folder called Data that holds all my images. A bat file that I use to compile sign ect. I can run the app and it runs great. It is an Applet. 'extends Applet'

 

How do I open Netbeans and create a new project and import this to Netbeans. I can't even get the Helloworld examples used to set up NetBeans or Eclipse or any other JavaIDE available for windows.

 

Environment variables set and I know they are set up correctly because I already compile with the command prompt and I needed to set them to get them to work.

 

 

Basically I have installed netbeans went to create project and that was as far as 'working' as I could get. Beyond that nothing works.


#70Circle0

Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:23 AM

I cannot figure out how to create any project in any IDE compile it and get it to run. This includes the hello world examples used to teach you how to set up the IDE's

 

Now, whenever I compile(we'll refer to NetBeans or Eclipse as it doesn't matter doesn't work in either) and try to run I always get a Main-Class Exception error.

 

Now I 'think' that has to do with the manifest.mf or perhaps the HTML code to run it or both

 

<applet width=755 height=508 code="SprCre.class" archive="SprCre.jar"></applet>

 

Now the manifest.mf created by netbeans is blank other than

 

Manifest-Version: 1.0

 

My project may need to be completely redone, and I expect 'may' to be definite. It is an Applet.


#60Circle0

Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:22 AM

For the life of me I cannot create any project in any IDE compile it and get it to run. However I can do all of the above at the command prompt.

 

Now, whenever I compile(we'll refer to NetBeans or Eclipse as it doesn't matter doesn't work in either) and try to run I always get a Main-Class Exception error.

 

Now I 'think' that has to do with the manifest.mf or perhaps the HTML code to run it or both

 

<applet width=755 height=508 code="SprCre.class" archive="SprCre.jar"></applet>

 

Now the manifest.mf created by netbeans is blank other than

 

Manifest-Version: 1.0

 

My project may need to be completely redone, and I expect 'may' to be definite. It is an Applet.


#50Circle0

Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:22 AM

TL:DR Program using command prompt + Notepad++ want to use NetBeans but cannot get it set up and I only want to try JRebel

 

For the life of me I cannot create any project in any IDE compile it and get it to run. However I can do all of the above at the command prompt.

 

Now, whenever I compile(we'll refer to NetBeans or Eclipse as it doesn't matter doesn't work in either) and try to run I always get a Main-Class Exception error.

 

Now I 'think' that has to do with the manifest.mf or perhaps the HTML code to run it or both

 

<applet width=755 height=508 code="SprCre.class" archive="SprCre.jar"></applet>

 

Now the manifest.mf created by netbeans is blank other than

 

Manifest-Version: 1.0

 

My project may need to be completely redone, and I expect 'may' to be definite. It is an Applet.


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