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Java compiler settings for e-clipse when creating a jar file (ANT / MAVEN).

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This is a common thing that will miss at most of the times. We must consider all of these build paths while using eclips.

1. This is the Java Build Path



2. This is the Java Compiler


3. This is the ANT – External Tool Configuration



4.This is the Maven Run Configuration



You can easily check the java version of a class file by using

WINDOWS > javap -verbose TraceLogger | find "version"

LINUX > javap -verbose TraceLogger | grep version

javap -verbose TraceLogger will out put all details with the versions Java versions:

  • Java 1.2 uses major version 46
  • Java 1.3 uses major version 47
  • Java 1.4 uses major version 48
  • Java 5 uses major version 49
  • Java 6 uses major version 50
  • Java 7 uses major version 51

Written by Namal Fernando

August 5, 2013 at 1:02 pm

Posted in Eclipse

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