Release Notes: Feature additions, most notably explicit support for group work, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for J2SE 5.0, full diagram keyboard navigation, editor improvements, interface improvements, a new text evaluation pane, improved jar file creation, and many other improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version of BlueJ adds support for J2SE 5.0. All new language features (generics, enums, varargs, etc.) are closely integrated into the environment, and can be used in interactive invocations, inspections, and on the object bench. Many other improvements were also made.
Release Notes: This version adds significant features, including integration of JUnit to support regression testing, an assignment submission system, an extension API that lets third parties provide BlueJ extensions, a complete reimplementation of the debugger, interface improvements, many bug fixes, and other functionality improvements.
Release Notes: This release is the first version that is compatible with JDK 1.4 (as well as JDK 1.3). It provides full support for the new 1.4 features, such as assertions. This version also provides an improved installer for Windows systems. BlueJ for Windows is now distributed with a native windows installation and installs a native Windows BlueJ executable.
Release Notes: The editor is now modular and open source, integration of javadoc, generation of UML class diagrams, an improved installation, and many bugfixes.