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How to get from parse tree to Java class file

I am working on a command-line tool with the following functionality: Parse modified .java files using an extended ANTLR4 Java9 grammar. The syntax in the files is Java, with one modification to the method declaration which includes a purpose, like in this example: public void {marketing} sendEmail() {} Collect and remove all purposes using a visitor. Collection and analysis of

Compiling a java project from linux command line

I am having trouble understanding how to actually use the command line to run a big java project ( by big I mean with multiple files and folder). Imagine I have a project containing : All my life people have done the makefile for me. I just code the java src with vim and compile and run with make. Now

Compile a .java File Programmatically [closed]

Closed. This question does not meet Stack Overflow guidelines. It is not currently accepting answers. We don’t allow questions seeking recommendations for books, tools, software libraries, and more. You can edit the question so it can be answered with facts and citations. Closed 7 years ago. Improve this question I want to create a program that can Compile a .java

IntelliJ IDEA 13 uses Java 1.5 despite setting to 1.7

Despite specifying JDK 1.7 in all project settings (including in File -> Project Structure -> Project :: Project SDK), the following error is produced by IntelliJ 13 when trying to compile some simple Java 7 code which does use the diamond operator: Is there any other place in the configuration where the expected -source 7 option should be enabled? Answer

Maven skip compile

I want to use Maven to execute a certain plug-in that only needs the source code but I do not want Maven to compile anything (mostly because the project just doesn’t compile). How do I tell Maven to skip the compile step and just launch its plug-in and then package the generated resources together in a nice JAR? (The procedure