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JBuilder currently doesn't support creating Windows Executables within the IDE. You can use another product to create native executables.more
The following sites contain JBuilder OpenTools : http://jbopentools.sourceforge.net http://dwjbuilderaddin.sourceforge.net/ http://www.javabuilders.com/opentools/index.html Borland's ...more
Yes, the latest version, 3.5 is written entirely in Java.
Is there any way to configure the settings of the compiler in JBuilder 3.5? What settings of the compiler can be configured?
The JBuilder 3.5 compiler can be configured inside the Compiler tab of the Project Properties. The Project Properties for the current project are accessible through the (Project|Properties) menu....more
JBuilder is designed to be an extremely open, extensible product. The Open Tools API is a Java API that you can use to extend and enhance the JBuilder Development Environment. For example, using t...more
eGroups has a new mailing list on the topic: http://www.egroups.com/group/jbuilder-dev.
To add something to your classpath in JBuilder ... first choose "Project Properties" from the "Project" menu. Then click "Libraries..." (in the "Java Libraries&q...more
Choose "Project Properties" from the "Project" menu and select the "Run/Debug" tab. From here, you can specify application parameters and JVM parameters.
There are at least 4 JBuilder easter eggs at http://www.eeggs.com/tree/1-1-82.html.
JBuilder has a special version available for mobile device development called Handheld Express. For information, visit http://www.borland.com/jbuilder/hhe/.more
Feature requests can be submitted to http://pso.inprise.com/webcustomer/clearexx_cgi/x_Site_Open_Bug_Sugg.htm.more
You can submit bugs to http://pso.inprise.com/webcustomer/clearexx_cgi/x_Site_Open_Bug.htm.
JBCL stands for the JavaBeans Component Library. It is a set of components built on top of Swing that come with JBuilder. They are data aware components that include direct support for JDBC and ar...more
TeamB is a group of advanced users who freely provide support for Inprise products (like JBuilder) in the various newsgroups. See http://www.borland.com/newsgroups/teamb/index.html for additional ...more
Inprise makes this available at http://www.borland.com/devsupport/jbuilder/BugList-1_0.html.