I am testing the possibility to release JSesh 7 as a complete software (no more java to install).
Well, basically, it means that Java is in fact included in JSesh. It will be easier and safer. Now, I must check if there are problems, before building a final, packaged version with an installer.
If you are a brave, fearless tester, with any version of Windows, you can download http://files.qenherkhopeshef.org/jsesh/JSesh-7-test.zip
and then unzip it. You can start JSesh simply by clicking on the owl icon (don't move it thought).
I'm particularly interested in:
- windows 32 vs windows 64 environments
- very high resolution machines (also known as "4K" screens).