gedit, emacs, and Eclipse are installed on the Linux machines.

There are other IDEs available, such as NetBeans and BlueJ that you may want to try.

You can install jEdit (which I use) on your own computer and use the ftp plugin to allow you to easily edit your files on the CS server.


FAQs and Tutorials

Java in the Cloud

Testing and Debugging Help


Setting up your classpath for JUnit

  1. Right-click on the project
  2. Navigate to Build Path –> Configure Build Path
  3. Click on Libraries in the row of tabs
  4. Click Add Library
  5. Click JUnit, Next, and select JUnit 4
  6. Click Finish
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