[kepler-dev] windows path
fsaresh at ucdavis.edu
Mon Sep 29 14:56:26 PDT 2008
You can do that through Eclipse's preferences pane. Go to Window and select
Preferences. Inside the new window which comes up, select Java Compiler on
the left. There you can set eclipse-wide Java compliance. If you would
rather set Project-specific Java compliance, then you can right click on the
project name and select Properties and do the same.
One thing to note here is that I've been using this same process as well but
have been coming up with some issues. Another person on the devlist was able
to get it working through these steps. If you are not able to, let me know.
On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 2:37 PM, <jroang at ucalgary.ca> wrote:
> Thanks for the tip. It helped a lot.
> I ran into a different problem while trying to test under Windows. My
> Windows setup has Java 6 installed. I added Java 5 for Kepler but I'm
> having trouble finding a way to make Kepler use Java 5 instead of 6 (which
> is the default version). Is there a way to specify to Kepler which JRE it
> should use?
> > Hi John,
> > I think this <http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm> is what
> > you
> > are looking for. The site explains how to edit your windows environment
> > variables in Windows XP. I assume that the process would be the same in
> > Vista if that is what you are using.
> > I'll let someone more knowledgeable answer your other question about
> > using
> > External Execution :P.
> > Hope that helps!
> > Faraaz
> > On Fri, Sep 26, 2008 at 4:08 PM, <jroang at ucalgary.ca> wrote:
> >> Hello
> >> I used the External Execution actor to join several in-house programs
> >> together in a workflow to make them easier to use (which also makes it
> >> easier to send out since I'm new to this and am having trouble adding a
> >> new actor). I have it working under Linux since it's just a matter of
> >> adding those in-house programs to the path. I was wondering if there is
> >> a
> >> similar path concept under Windows. Another question is if using
> >> External
> >> Execution is a good idea or is it better to roll them in my own actor?
> >> Thanks
> >> John
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