Release Notes: The editor is now modular and open source, integration of javadoc, generation of UML class diagrams, an improved installation, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds quite a number of new features and improvements. They include UML-style notation for the class diagram support for named and nested packages, improved importing of non-BlueJ packages, an "export" function to create standard Java packages and executable jar files, javadoc support, and the debugger can now be used with swing applications.
Release Notes: This release features improved printing capabilities, numerous bug fixes, numerous editor enhancements including syntax highlighting & code templates, support for Java 2 SDK1.3, and many other enhancements.
Release Notes: JDK1.2 support, now runs on Linux (with Sun's JDK1.2.2RC2), a syntax highlighting editor, new debugger implementation, array inspection, automatic dependency analysis and generation of class diagrams, and much more.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes. See Changelog for details.
Release Notes: Version 0.8.5 is the first version that has been widely announced. It is still not ready for prime time use, but should give a good idea of where JavaBlue is going.