I really shouldn't be playing with this stuff under the gun of a big project.

I just re-built everything on the IFS with a messed up classpath. I had to manually re-build everything on my own (by "had" I mean to say that's the only way I knew to do it correctly on short notice).

My reason for wanting to build one at a time likely results from me knowing much more about coding java than I do implementing it. I just wanted to create one class from its java source. I couldn't find how to do it.

Thanks for the input.

-Kurt

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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Using WDSCi to edit Java

Kurt Anderson wrote:
And then I tried to compile (build). Apparently I can't build one
source at a time (that I see). That sucks. Then I selected Build
Project (thinking I was going to build a Package - my bad) so that
attempted to build every java source on the IFS. Boy, I hope that
doesn't screw stuff up....

If you're using the Java perspective in RDI, you don't need to 'build' ... it builds dynamically.

Compiling Java one source file at a time isn't really logical, because they tend to be interdependent. Unless I'm misunderstanding the problem.

david


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