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JBrownie

JBrownie is a companion tool for Java developers preferring to use plain text editors for writing programs over a resource hungry IDE. The downside of this is that the Java compiler has to be started manually, which may seriously slow down work. JBrownie addresses this problem by monitoring the source tree and automatically recompiling any modified Java source files on the fly.

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  •  01 Dec 2008 09:36

    Release Notes: A couple of things were fixed to improve usability.

    •  25 Nov 2008 18:47

      Release Notes: This release stores window layout persistently, and has support for multiple programs to be run.

      •  10 Nov 2008 17:01

        Release Notes: Feedback to the user about what's happening was greatly improved. A bug concerning capturing output of started programs was fixed.

        •  13 Oct 2008 21:21

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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