- jsXe requires Java 2 version 1.4.2
- jsXe currently requires a specific version of Xerces-J to run. Xerces-J 2.8.0 is required since some features are implemented using the DOM level 3 interfaces that were in 2.6.0 but were changed in later versions. Xerces-J 2.8.0 included in the normal binary and source releases of jsXe for convenience. You can also get Xerces-J 2.8.0 here.
- The latest stable version of jsXe is 0.4 beta
- The latest development version of jsXe is 0.5 pre3
- 0.4 beta
To install and run jsXe simply unzip jsXe into the directory of your choosing and run the included batch program or shell script. You will need to make sure that the java runtime is in your path. In the root of the jsXe install directory type the following at a command prompt.
The batch program should be run in with the jsXe root directory of as the working directory. So you can create a shortcut to run jsXe by specifying the batch file as the program to run and jsXe's root directory as the working directory.
Target: "C:\Program Files\jsXe\bin\jsXe.bat"
Start in: "C:\Program Files\jsXe\"
You can also edit the JSXEDIR variable in the batch program to be the directory where you installed jsXe and then the 'Start in' directory can be anywhere.
- 0.5 pre2
Just run jsXe using the jsXe.exe in the install directory. The exe will detect your version of Java and run jsXe using that version.
To run jsXe you should just run the java interpreter on the jsXe.jar file. There is a shell script included in the source tree for this purpose.
The shell script should be run in with the jsXe root directory of as the working directory. You can also edit the JSXEDIR variable in the shell script to be the directory where you installed jsXe.