Editing Source Code with JBuilder

Can you help me to improve the program? I would welcome all the help that I can get.

Feel free to use whatever development environment that you prefer.

If you do not know what program to use then a good choice is JBuilder, it is available free from http://www.borland.com/jbuilder/

Once you have loaded the program from borlands web site, then you will need to set it up as follows:

It may speed things up to start with the following configuration file: mjbWorld.jpr

If you have not done so already, load and unzip the source code onto your computer.

You will need to set the source code into the project properties as follows:

Add the source code directory into the project properties as follows:

Now set up the Java3D libraries:

If you have not already loaded the Java3D code then goto the sun site at: http://www.javasoft.com/products/java-media/3D/index.html

Download the latest version of Java3D (The full version - not just the JRE) and run the EXE to install it on your computer:

Set the j3d core, the vecmath and utilities into jbuilder as follows:

Send me any improvements that you make so that I can make them available to others:


Troubleshooting guide

If you get the message:

Package java.lang.ref not found in import error

This may be bacause you are using a version of the JDK prior to 1.2


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