Re: Gle Editor
Another IDE that you can use is Bluej (http://www.bluej.org).
BlueJ is an IDE specifically created to teach object oriented programming using Java, but it is not as lightweight as Gel.
Below is a quotation from the site:
The BlueJ environment was developed as part of a university research project about teaching object-orientation to beginners. The system is being developed and maintained by a joint research group at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, the Mærsk Institute at the University of Southern Denmark, and the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK. The project is supported by Sun Microsystems.BlueJ and Gel are very good IDEs for starters. Of course Gel has a lot more of features that BlueJ.
Hope that helps
Dear Sirs! I am a teacher from Sweden and I am going karlnu@... If not so do you know how I will conect one who can? K.N.to use Java in my teaching, javaprogramming from the ground in a gymnasium. I need a simple editor so that all of my students can make and run simple Java programs. Not all of them are very interested in this subject but they all must do something, show up. Do you have that simple editor? Is this GEL IDE what I need? From where can I download it, give me address? Please I need help so I can get my learning going on. We will use "JDK J2SE(TM) Development Kit 5.0" in a Win. NT net. And I personally have PC with Win98 and XP. P.S. We used previous "igraspire 121" in a j2sdk1_3_0 Java, this editor was good, very easy to use by all students. So I want something similarly. Yours: Karl-Johan in Sweden and my address is