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I've got an idea for a java application, and I'm planning on building it soon, but it will be my first application that I want to be able to run outside of an IDE or command-line environment. How would I go about making it a stand-alone application that can be run on OSX?
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Xcode, download it, its free, kind of steep learning curve though.
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I've got an idea for a java application, and I'm planning on building it soon, but it will be my first application that I want to be able to run outside of an IDE or command-line environment. How would I go about making it a stand-alone application that can be run on OSX?
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Its very simple man..Just do nothing.Mac is the OS which supports java to the full extent and java is intergrated in OS itself..just use the java commands (javac, java etc) anywhere on the terminal..Itll work
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