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Sorry to be the java noob, requesting help with bjorn map editor

Discussion in 'Help & Requests' started by assblood, Mar 2, 2018.

  1. Complete rocket science when it comes to compiling or making something that ultimately executes the GUI for his map editor, I'm a simple man, there's no Jar to open so Im immediately dumbfounded haha, I would love if anyone could share some insight on how to use it. I think it's awesome how easy it looks to design something, would be cool to mess around in my spare time with it.

    I used to mess with rsps few years ago but I never came close to actually coding anything legitimately in java, but I did have a grasp on bat files and things like that, but Ive become rustier than I already was after completely stopping any experimentation of that nature.

    Sorry if this is wrong section or if it's an unwanted post, thanks again for any one who replies.
     
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  2. Use an IDE then Google how to run Java applications in your IDE. Eclipse is a good free IDE for running and developing Java applications.
     
  3. thank you sir, appreciate the insight
     
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