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Java Compiler is disabled in texpad ?

Posted on 2009-05-15
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I installed jdk on my laptop and textpad, and i changed my path to the directory where jdk is installed. But when i go to compile from tools- external the compile isn't there ?
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You need to do the following steps:
- Click on Configure > Preferences
- Click on Tools in the left pane
- Click Add button and select Program from the dropdown
- go to the path where java.exe is located (ie: c:/Program Files/Java/jre/bin/java.exe) and click Open
- Click Apply > Ok

Now if you click Tool > External Tools, Java should be there and should be able to comple your code.
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