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many distributions, including ubuntu, ship the “official” java runtime environment (jre) for openjdk in a single.deb file. this package includes the core java libraries, the java virtual machine (jvm), and the
java command, and it does not require any additional software installations. nevertheless, it is recommended that you install the full java runtime environment (jre) or java development kit (jdk) on your system.
for convenience, you can remove all of your java packages using the java rpms directly, without having to install the
yum package manager. this ensures that all of the packages installed are properly registered for updates, but it also removes all java packages in the process:
java is a general-purpose computer programming language. it is used for a variety of purposes, including application development, server-side programming, desktop applications, embedded devices, data communication, and running web pages. you can also use java with the java web start technology to package an application with a small java runtime environment (jre) that is needed to run it. there are three java runtime environments:
- sun java runtime environment (jre) version 5.0 or later
- sun java runtime environment (jre) version 4.2 or earlier
- the java development kit (jdk) version 5.0 or later
the sun java runtime environment (jre) is no longer supported. sun java runtime environment (jre) version 5.0 or later is no longer supported. sun java runtime environment (jre) version 4.2 or earlier is no longer supported.
In the case of Java, SciTE allows you to customize the behavior of the word completion feature, based on the source code being edited. In the case of Java, I simply suggest to take advantage of the the word completion from the API file by invoking it via the shortcut key [Ctrl]+[Space] or [Ctrl]+[i], as shown in the screen capture below:
When you invoke word completion, SciTE enters into an edit-mode that is similar to the one used for entering into a source code line edit mode (see the ‘java-5-source-1.6.0_31-win-i586.jnlp’ exe above). The word completion view changes slightly, and is described below.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:First of all, I used to use the “javac -version” command. That works very well with OpenJDK. But then they changed the default target for Java 1.3 and up to something that doesn’t work with JDK 1.3. So I’m back to java -version for version 1.3 and up. You can use “javac -version” for 1.2, but if you are going to go back that far, you might as well look for the original 1.2, which is still around on many CD-ROMs in the back of libraries and stuff. There’s also a known bug with the javac -version command.
You have a copy of a valid license for the Java Development Kit installed. This valid license identifies that valid copy as being the and that it is not allowed to use it if it is not being used at that time. This is a legal method of imposing restrictions on the use of a copy of a license which imposes restrictions on the use of the license.
Your copy of a valid license for the Java Development Kit installed has a different version than yours. This suggests that the license is a copy of an earlier version of a license which restricts the use of a license which imposes restrictions on the use of the license.