David Hall - 2003-10-26

If you want to ensure that jga supports java 1.4 without using a generic compiler, you can do what I've done.  The directions are for a typical linux system: you probably have to adjust some paths.

1) Download the latest version

2) unjar nogjtest.jar
   $ jar xvf nogjtest.jar

3) compile the nogj test suite
   $ find net/ -name \*.java | xargs javac -classpath jga.jar:/usr/local/junit3.8.1/junit.jar -source 1.4
   
4) ensure that your ~/junit.properties includes this line
   TestCollectorClass=junit.runner.LoadingTestCollector

5) run the test suite
   java -classpath .:/usr/local/junit3.8.1/junit.jar:jga.jar junit.swingui.TestRunner