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Any Java compiler recommendations other than eclipse? I found jdk-1.5.0.14.tgz missing in the openbsd packages, hence i cannot install eclipse.
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Uhhh... Why are you posting this under the FreeBSD section if you're talking about OpenBSD? :-)
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Eclipse is not compiler, it's IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
I recommend NetBeans
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NetBeans works great, but the latest takes a little bit of work.
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The standard issue javac is probably your best bet 8=).


The GNU Compiler For Java (gcj) is useful, although I have never fed enough Java code through it to notice problems. When it comes to IDEs, there are many options.
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...I found jdk-1.5.0.14.tgz missing in the openbsd packages...
You were busy building JDK 1.6 on OpenBSD in June:

http://daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=1014

And as the JDK 1.6 port requires 1.5 as a dependency, you should have it (or be able to recreate it). You should also recall that building of Sun's Java must be done from ports for licensing.

FAQ 8.3 discusses Java choices and the building of Sun's JDK.
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I try to install netbeans but it require jdk-1.5.0.14 package. But now I cannot find this package in openbsd website. They had removed the package? Because I remember I did install eclipse before so jdk-1.5.0.14 package should be there.
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Because I remember I did install eclipse before so jdk-1.5.0.14 package should be there.
No, there are no packages for JDK 1.5 or 1.6 due to licensing issues. This is discussed in Section 8.3 of the FAQ:

http://openbsd.org/faq/faq8.html#Programming

If you want to install either JDK 1.5 or 1.6, you must compile the port.
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This makes the third time we've gone over this, if my memory is correct.Here are the other two:

http://daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=1014
http://daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=1582

Please read the responses in this and your previous threads before asking the same question a fourth time.
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