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  1. #1
    Tariq Guest

    Uninstalling JBuilder

    Hi All,

    My platform is windows.
    I want a fresh installation of Jbuilder 4 on my machine.
    So even if I delete the JBuilder directory, and clean up the registry,
    I still get my old settings.

    Does anyone know how to clean up the JBuilder Installation?

    Tariq



  2. #2
    Bianca Michaud Guest

    Re: Uninstalling JBuilder


    "Tariq" <tariq@omnibis.com> wrote:
    >Hi All,
    >
    >My platform is windows.
    >I want a fresh installation of Jbuilder 4 on my machine.
    >So even if I delete the JBuilder directory, and clean up the registry,
    >I still get my old settings.
    >
    >Does anyone know how to clean up the JBuilder Installation?
    >
    >Tariq
    >
    >

    Repeat after me, "I will not put a Borland product on my machine ever again."
    In fact, don't even lay Borland CDs near your computer - you may be tempted
    in a moment of weakness to install them. Instead, do yourself a favor and
    remove all Borland products from your house, promise yourself to never visit
    their web sight again, reformat your hard drive, and consider it a lesson
    well learned - Borland JBuilder STINCKS!

  3. #3
    Ellen Khlystova Guest

    Re: Uninstalling JBuilder

    The files you want to back up are *.ini in JBuilder/bin directory. It is
    better to save then as *.ini.back, and then compare to the new files
    created on your machine during JBuilder 4 install.

    Let me know if you still need help with settings.
    Ellen.

    P.S. save *.cfg too.

    Tariq wrote:

    > Hi All,
    >
    > My platform is windows.
    > I want a fresh installation of Jbuilder 4 on my machine.
    > So even if I delete the JBuilder directory, and clean up the registry,
    > I still get my old settings.
    >
    > Does anyone know how to clean up the JBuilder Installation?
    >
    > Tariq



  4. #4
    Patrick Lacson Guest

    Re: Uninstalling JBuilder

    Use Emacs and life will be simpler.

    -P

    Tariq wrote:
    >
    > Hi All,
    >
    > My platform is windows.
    > I want a fresh installation of Jbuilder 4 on my machine.
    > So even if I delete the JBuilder directory, and clean up the registry,
    > I still get my old settings.
    >
    > Does anyone know how to clean up the JBuilder Installation?
    >
    > Tariq


    --
    </Patrick>
    http://patrick.lacson.org
    patrick@lacson.org

  5. #5
    vivek Guest

    Re: Uninstalling JBuilder



    Delete the .jbuilder dir from your home directory
    In Windows 9X the .jbuilder dir will be in c:\windows ( assuming u installed
    windows in c:\windows dir)

    In windows 2000 the .jbuilder dir will be in c:\Documents and Settings\<userName>\

    Where <userName> is the user under which JBuilder was first installed

    Vivek


    P.S Hey, Patrick I liked wat u said :-)


    Patrick Lacson <patrick@lacson.org> wrote:
    >Use Emacs and life will be simpler.
    >
    >-P
    >
    >Tariq wrote:
    >>
    >> Hi All,
    >>
    >> My platform is windows.
    >> I want a fresh installation of Jbuilder 4 on my machine.
    >> So even if I delete the JBuilder directory, and clean up the registry,
    >> I still get my old settings.
    >>
    >> Does anyone know how to clean up the JBuilder Installation?
    >>
    >> Tariq

    >
    >--
    ></Patrick>
    >http://patrick.lacson.org
    >patrick@lacson.org



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