Le 08/12/2011 16:28, Heimdall a écrit :
> I have read the "readme" and some of the forum and am rather confused.
> Eclipse should work as long as you have a JRE. But now it looks like you
> sometimes need a JDK - is it so, and when?
A JRE is enough because Eclipse has its own compiler. However if you
want to browse or debug in the Java source code, a JDK is better.
Eclipse is an IDE that runs on a java VM. It only requires a jre. However, if you plan on developing Java applications, you probably want a JDK (Oracle supplies both. The licensing is different and they have different tool sets) A JRE just runs java applications. The JDK includes library source and a number of other tools you likely will need to develop Java applications. Having the source from the JDK available to Eclipse when you are developing a Java application makes the process much easier.
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On 10/07/2012 08:50 AM, Gayathri N wrote:
> hello guys..
> i need help. My OS is windows x32 bit and has jre 6. i downloaded
> eclipse juno. when i launch it. i get the following error.
> -vm C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\client\jvm.dll