Using Eclipse and RoboJDE together
A few RoboJDE users have inquired about using Eclipse to edit and compile their programs. You can use Eclipse and RoboJDE together. To do this, do the following:
- In RoboJDEI in Project Properties un-check the "Compile when building and loading" item.
- In your Eclipse project remove the default class library from the Java Build Path path and insert c:\Program Files\RoboJDE\RoboJDE.jar (substitute appropriate path if you installed RoboJDE in a different location) in its place.
Once you have done this you will be able to edit and compile your program in Eclipse then download it and run it using RoboJDE.
The RidgeSoft Team
> Once you have done this you will be able to edit and compile your program inYes, it works quite well - it would be nice if the "code" window in
> Eclipse then download it and run it using RoboJDE.
RoboJDE picked up the changes in the filesystem version of the code,
and, of course super-nice to invoke the build to RAM from inside
Overall, it's pretty darn slick!