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en:installation [2018/09/07 16:06]
roehner
en:installation [2019/04/07 15:28]
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-===== Installation ===== +===== Standard ​Installation ​(Personal Versions) ​=====
-Before the installation of the Java-Editor you should install the Java Development Kit (JDK). +
-You can download the current version of the JDK at http://​java.sun.com/​javase/​downloads/​index.jsp. +
-For a 64-Bit JDK youd need also a 64-Bit Java-Editor.+
  
-====Personal Installation====+The Java-Editor requires the installation of a Java Development Kit (JDK). Starting with Java 11, you should use the free OpenJDK because the Oracle JDK is subject to a charge. You can download the latest version of OpenJDK from http://​openjdk.java.net/​projects/​jdk/​. 
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 +Starting from the JDK 10 there are only 64-bit versions of the JDK for which you need a 64-bit version of the Java-Editor in order to use all functions. 
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 +As of JDK 11 JavaFX is no longer included in the JDK and must be additionally installed. You can download a JavaFX Windows SDK from https://​gluonhq.com/​products/​javafx/​ and install it in parallel to OpenJDK. In the configuration enter the JavaFX folder under [[configuration#​interpreter|Interpreter/​JavaFX-folder]].
  
 After the installation of the JDK you go on with the [[Download|download of the Java-Editor]]. ​ After the installation of the JDK you go on with the [[Download|download of the Java-Editor]]. ​
en/installation.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/19 14:17 by roehner