Download Dr Java Jar On Mac

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This wikiHow teaches you how to open and run executable JAR files on a Windows or Mac computer. JAR (Java Archive) files contain data to be used with the Java program. Most JAR files are simply containers for data that another program needs to run with Java; therefore you cannot run these files and nothing will happen when you double-click them. If your Java is not working properly, the Test Java page displays additional configuration options that you may need to check, as well as download and installation instructions if needed. Thank you for visiting Tech Help Knowledgebase to learn how to find Java version on Mac.

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Follow these easy step by step instructions to download DrJava:

  • Go to http://www.drjava.org.

  • Select which build of DrJava is right for you, and click on the appropriate button. We recommend using the most recent stable or beta releases since they support all of the Java 5 language extensions and Java 6 APIs, which make Java programming simpler. We also recommend that Windows users download the .exe file, that Mac OS X users use the osx.tar.gz version, and that other users download the .jar version. If you have problems with a beta release of DrJava, you can roll back to the most recent stable version. Experienced users may want to experiment with other versions of DrJava including the most recent Development Build jar instead. To do so, click on the 'more download options' link.

  • Click on one of the Download buttons to go to the download server. Choose a site to download the file from, and then click on the corresponding icon in the 'Download' column on the far right to start the download.

  • The download should begin automatically. When prompted, select where you wish to save the file to disk, and it will be downloaded to your computer.

  • Congratulations! You have now downloaded DrJava! Now let's get DrJava running on your machine.

Mac OSX Installation
  • Spigot Installation: Mac

    A quick guide to downloading Spigot for Mac (OSX)


    Spigot has many ways of being decompiled on Mac, no Windows, no Linux, but this method will mention one of them, probably the easiest and most familiar.
    1. Download the latest BuildTools.jar file from the Spigot Jenkins page.
    Download the file here

    2. Take your build tools file and place it in a separate folder on your Mac
    3. Open up TextEdit and type in the following:


    #!/bin/bash
    cd '$(dirname '$0')'
    exec java -Xms1G -Xmx1G -jar minecraft_server.jar nogui
    You don't necessarily need TextEdit, in fact, TextEdit is a pretty terrible text editor. This code shown above is Shell Script, which is litterally a scripting language made for your bash/terminal. Kind of odd if you ask me.
    4. Save the following to the same folder as your BuildTools.jar as build.command
    I made up build.command, you can use anything, as long as it ends in .command. .command is an extension for shell script. When you double click it, it automatically runs in terminal. With the normal shell script (.sh extension), you have to put it into a script, save it, then drag it into terminal and hit enter to run it. That's why we use .command when working with server JARs
    5. Now the tricky part.
    • Open terminal
    • Type chmod a+x with a space after it. DON'T HIT ENTER
    • Drag in the build.command file. Hit enter.
    What this does is grants you permission to open up build.command. We drag the file in, because it automatically writes out the directory for you, otherwise, you'd need to type out the entire directory (not fun)
    6. Now for the easy part. Double click your build.command file. It should take 5-10 minutes for the entire BuildTools file to decompile, but when it does, you'll find a craftbukkit and spigot JAR in your directory. Yay!
    Congratulations, you've just started to decompile build tools. Nope, no windows required.
    Things to note:
    While your file is decompiling, do NOT disrupt it in any way. I once closed ForkedBooter during the process, because it looked suspicious (I didn't know at the time that it was actually part of the Maven software, I thought it was a virus). Big mistake. I had to start ALL over again, re decompiling, which is easy, you just reopen build.command (you just have to wait 5-10 extra minutes).
    So as you know, ForkedBooter isn't a virus. If you see any suspicious programs however, just leave a comment, and I'll tell you if it's part of Maven or not.
    Quick mention before this guide ends: Maven is a software API used for just about anything in Java, including Bukkit and Minecraft.
    Lastly, if you want to learn how to set up an actual server, you can follow this custom guide, or you can follow the minecraft wiki guide (shows you how to set up a vanilla server, but basically it's the same thing)

    1. Open text edit, or the text editor you like
    2. Type this in:
    #!/bin/bash
    cd '$(dirname '$0')'
    exec java -Xms1G -Xmx1G -jar minecraft_server.jar nogui
    3. Save this in the folder your spigot.jar is in as start.command
    4. Open terminal
    5. Type chmod a+x with a space after it. DO NOT HIT ENTER
    6. Drag in start.command
    7. Hit enter
    8. Open start.command
    9. The server will stop, and say you need to accept the EULA. Open eula.txt in your server folder. Change eula=false to eula=true
    10. Re open the server
    11. No, I won't give a guide on port forwarding, sorry :/

    NOTE: Sorry about Custom guide, there's something bugging it that won't allow me to make a single one
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