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Java Ref ver 1.0

We are almost at version 1.0, Java Reference now features new GUI layout with package,class,member searches, and console interface for command line lookups

Posted by Larry Gray 2003-08-29

Project Release

JavaRef Releases 1.0 Beta! JavaRef is a quick reference tool for the Java Programming language that uses Reflections. With about 3 keystrokes and 2 mouse clicks you can lookup the modifiers, return types, names, parameters for any Field or Method of any class in the Java API. JavaRef runs as an application.

Posted by Larry Gray 2002-03-05

javaref 1.0 beta

Java Ref 1.0 beta is out.. at I'll try to do an official release soon. Let me know about any problems you find in the beta version ASAP.

Posted by Larry Gray 2001-11-13

Fixed the Repository

The module may now be checked out with the name "javaref" if you have previously checked it out as javaref2 it will be invalid unless you change the dir name to javaref.

Posted by Larry Gray 2001-06-20

Repository Started

Ok guys I have started the repository but the story is not good.. I screwed up again.. and javaref module is full of junk... so I started javaref2 module.. This is the one you will checkout. The Package name is package; So you will need to make a net/sourceforge/ dir on your harddrive and unzip your download to that direcotry. Then rename it javaref. The download you will create by using unix zip on the javaref2 directory. Use scp on your win machine to download the zip file.... read more

Posted by Larry Gray 2001-06-11


Welcome to the Java Reference Project. I am about to setup the repository with our beginning code. This code simply has a JFrame with a JTextField and a JList. The List contains many class names in alpha order. As you key into the JTextField you will see that the list narrows. As you backspace you will see the list widen back to a full list. The next things we will work on will be more advanced filtering.

Posted by Larry Gray 2001-05-14

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