BlueJ for Linux 5.0.1 freeware
BlueJ is a Java environment with built-in editor, compiler, virtual machine, debugger specifically designed for introductory teaching. The aim of BlueJ is to provide an easy-to-use teaching environment for the Java language that facilitates the teaching of Java to first year students.
|Author||University of Kent|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||Java environment, structure display, virtual machine, Java, environment, structure|
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|5.0.1||May 1, 2021||New Release||Many Java editor bug fixes, including scrolling while drag-selecting, tab key behaviour, bracket highlighting, smooth scrolling on Mac.
Added feature to automatically insert the closing '}' (configurable in the preferences).
Fixed ctrl-click in the class diagram on Mac.
Added a new mechanism to support opening text files in the project in the BlueJ text editor.
Switched to GDK 2 on Linux to help with some windowing issues.
Fixed issues with inspector sizing
Fixed some issues with opening editors in new windows.
Fixed a few bugs with breakpoint/step mark display in the Java editor.
Fixed some internal errors which could occur on compilation and cause errors not to be shown.
|5.0.0||Jan 29, 2021||New Release||Rewrote the Java editor implementation to be faster and more robust.
Added some quick-fixes to the Java editor, suggesting things like adding missing imports.
Added support for JUnit 5 and switched to JUnit 5 by default (JUnit 4 is still supported as before).
Rewrote the extensions API to work with the new editor.
Removed the deprecated Subversion support.
Bundled the JDK on Ubuntu to avoid some JavaFX dependency issues.
|4.2.2||Oct 4, 2019||New Release||Fixed an issue with an extra space appearing in the terminal before the first output.
Fixed not being able to alter the preferences for the Submitter extension.