[kepler-dev] windows path
jroang at ucalgary.ca
jroang at ucalgary.ca
Mon Sep 29 15:23:01 PDT 2008
I develop under Linux with Eclipse but I wanted to test my stuff on a
Windows machine and installed Kepler on it using the Windows installer.
I'm not launching Kepler through Eclipse for my Windows tests so I can't
change Eclipse's JRE settings. Is there another way to get Kepler to use
the Java 5 I just added or is installing Eclipse and launching Kepler
through it the only way to do so?
Sorry for not being clear with my earlier question.
> You can do that through Eclipse's preferences pane. Go to Window and
> Preferences. Inside the new window which comes up, select Java Compiler
> 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
> 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
> have been coming up with some issues. Another person on the devlist was
> to get it working through these steps. If you are not able to, let me
> 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
>> is the default version). Is there a way to specify to Kepler which JRE
>> should use?
>> > Hi John,
>> > I think this <http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm> is
>> > you
>> > are looking for. The site explains how to edit your windows
>> > variables in Windows XP. I assume that the process would be the same
>> > 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
>> >> together in a workflow to make them easier to use (which also makes
>> >> easier to send out since I'm new to this and am having trouble adding
>> >> new actor). I have it working under Linux since it's just a matter
>> >> adding those in-house programs to the path. I was wondering if there
>> >> 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
>> >> Thanks
>> >> John
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