U N I M O Z E R - the universal modelizer for learning Java™

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How to install Unimozer?
There is a document which explains step-by-step on how to proceed to install Unimozer. Actually this document is in french only.
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How is an Unimozer project structured?

An Unimozer project is a directory with the following content:

  • A file named "unimozer.pck" which identifies the project as an Unimozer project and which save the what classes are part of it and at which position they should be drawn.
  • A directory called "src" which contains all ".java" files. This directory as well as every subdirectory contains a fille called "package.bluej". This allows BlueJ to open the "src" as BlueJ project.
  • A directory called "bin" which contains all ".class" files. This directory is only present if a "make" has been done.
  • A directory called "dist" which contains an executable ".jar" file. This directory is only present if a "create JAR" has been executed.
  • A directory called "doc" which contains the source code related JavaDoc pages. This directory is only present if a "create JavaDoc" has been done.
  • A directory called "nbproject" which contains the nesessary files in order to open the project in NetBeans.
  • A directory called "version" which contains many ZIP files. In fact, each time a project is being saved, a new version is being dropped as compressed archive into this directory.
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Can Unimozer projects be opened in other programs?
Yes,
Unimozer projects can natively being opened in NetBeans and BlueJ. No special changes or adaptations have to be done. Simply load the project via the menu "File > Open". I didn't test it with any other editor, but as most of them are able to import a directory structure, the import of the "src" directory should be possible in whatever other editor you use.
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Can Unimozer open other programs projects?
Yes,
as it works very closely with BlueJ and NetBeans, Unimozer can natively open BlueJ and NetBeans projects. Attention: When opening a BlueJ project, Unimozer will change the projects directory structure upon the first saving. It will still be possible to open with BlueJ, but in that case you'll have to open the inner src folder.
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