Azhrei wrote:Use the prebuilt configurations. If you press and hold on the Run or Debug buttons in the toolbar you'll get a drop down menu of options. You should see ones like "MapTool (Std)" and "MapTool (German)". Those will execute the main application and set the locale for whatever your system default is (English, in my case) or force it to German (if you select the second one).)
Thanks for the info. I think the first time I checked out the wrong path and thus did not have those options. I re-did the checkout and now those options are available.
I have managed to modify MapTools for my purpose. I will be using it as a virtual card game table and thus I wanted to remove most of the token context menu options and, instead, make all the token level macros available in the root of the token context menu. I have managed to do this and I am able to run the revised version of MapTools from the Eclipse IDE.
Now that I am ready to compile the results into a JAR file, I did some studying online and the answer is supposedly very obvious: Export | Jar File.
My version of Eclipse (Kepler) provides two options "Export | Jar File" and "Export | Runnable Jar File". I have tried both but in both cases the compile generates errors indicating that there are compile errors. I am not sure what the problem is since I am able to run the modified MapTool version and I am not selecting anything out-of-the-ordinary during the Export process (as far as I know).
Can anyone, please, help a struggling beginner?
I have enclosed screen captures of the export process so that you can see the settings I selected.