Zelix KlassMaster - Documentation
 

File | Open

With Zelix KlassMaster™ you open classes by specifying directories or archive files. So to open a class you must either:
  • load the directory in which it is stored or
  • load the zip or jar archive file in which it is stored.
In either case, all the files with the ".class" extension in that directory or archive are opened.

Opening classes may result in "Class Open Warnings" and/or "Class Open Errors".
 

Basics

When Zelix KlassMaster™ is started, it automatically opens the "Initial Helper Dialog". If you use the "Initial Helper Dialog", then it will lead you through to the "Open Classes" dialog. Otherwise, you may open the dialog at any time by selecting the File | Open menu.
File Open...
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The left panel of the "Open Classes" dialog is the File Selection List. The current directory or folder is displayed in the drop down list that is above the File Selection List.

The current directory can be changed by using the mouse to double click on another directory or by selecting another directory and pressing <Enter>.
Open Classes
 

Selecting Directories

The Selected Folders and Archives panel lists the directories and file archives that will be searched for ".class" files to open. Select a directory or archive file in the directory tree then
  • Click on >
to move it to the Selected Folders and Archives panel.

Alternatively
  • Click on >> or
  • Press <Ctrl><Enter>
to move a selected directory and all its subdirectories to the Selected Folders and Archives panel.
Open Classes
 

Removing Directories

To remove a directory or archive file from the Selected Folders and Archives panel, select it and
  • Click on < or
  • Double click on the directory in the Selected Folders and Archives panel or
  • Press <Delete>

To remove all directories and archive files from the Selected Folders and Archives panel, simply click on <<

Click on OK to open the ".class" files stored in the selected directories. Otherwise press Cancel
Open Classes
 

OK to Open Classes

Once you have all of your classes in the Selected Folders and Archives panel, click on OK to open the selected classes. This may result in "Class Open Warnings" and/or "Class Open Errors".
 
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