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[java] VisualCafe Killed VisualJ++!


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#1 Spyder   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 27 December 2000 - 10:09 PM

After installing Webgain VisualCafe my VisualJ++ stopped working. Now whenever i run visualj++ i get "error in devenv.exe an errorlog has been created". It seems VisualCafe changed all pointers to java compilers to their own. i dont know if this affects anything. I dont either know how to obtain the errorlog created by devenv.exe on win2k. Any help or tips would be nice.

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Posted 27 December 2000 - 11:03 PM

I am visual cafe user (but not J++ user) but have had similar problems combining visual cafe 4.0 with Sun JDK.

The problem is caused by the CLASSPATH and PATH variables set in the c:\autoexec.bat. VisualCafe set the classpath variable in the autoexec.bat and this may confuse other compilers/VMs.

What I did was to make multiple configuration setup (DOS style) that at start up allows me to choose between two setups. One setup used classpaths and paths including one compiler/VM and the other for the other compiler/VM. This solved the problem.

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Posted 28 December 2000 - 12:02 PM

Modifying the classpath partially solved the problem but it still doesnt explain why J++ no longer will start! Does anyone have any other ideas? Are there any other good editors that support:

* extensive color syntax coding

* checks syntax and marks line wrong

* is free




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