Per Dan’s earlier e-mail – the
problem seems to the version of Java that you are using, not JGAP or JBuilder. I
don’t use JBuilder 4, but I do use JBuilder 2005 – and I know that
JBuilder uses a version of Java to do its compiling. If you are using the
version of Java that was installed along with JBuilder 4, then yes, it is likely
to be very old. I would recommend downloading an updated version from http://java.sun.com (try to stay with the 1.4
series as opposed to 1.5 if you are using JBuilder 4). Again, I’m
not familiar with 4, but I am able to set my java version by right-clicking on
my project, going to ‘Paths’ and then selecting the appropriate
version that I want to use. If you still have problems getting it to
work, e-mail me directly and we can sort things out rather than clogging the
list with dialogue.
Also, although I am a fan of JBuilder,
rather than using what I’m guessing is an old version, you might consider
downloading the Eclipse IDE (www.eclipse.org).
It’s free and has most of what you’re likely to need – it’s
downloadable even with a dial-up modem. Plus, it works with version 1.5,
and I think would also install the latest Java version for you.