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Re: [pcgen] Building PCGen

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  • Eduard Martinescu
    I found that the best way to handle Java upgrades on Windows is to just uninstall all existing versions, and then install the new version. This usually results
    Message 1 of 12 , Nov 6, 2006
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      I found that the best way to handle Java upgrades on Windows is to just
      uninstall all existing versions, and then install the new version. This
      usually results in a clean system with JAVA_HOME and PATH set up correctly.

      Of course, if you were using Linux, there wouldn't be this problem of a
      split JRE/JDK install. :)

      Ed
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