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Today I downloaded the latest Eclipse (Oxygen 3A) release because a customer is asking about getting started with JFreeChart and Eclipse, and the existing instructions for that are a bit out of date. Here are some new instructions for getting started.
Start Eclipse, then select
New -> Project... from the
File menu. Under the Wizards selection, choose
Maven Project, then click the
Next button.When the
New Maven Project dialog appears, select the ‘Create a simple project’ checkbox, then click the
Next button.At the next step, fill in the details that will be used to set up the initial
pom.xml file that will be used by Maven to build your application (you can change the details later), then click the
Finish button.At this point you will have a skeleton project that looks like this:Now you need to edit the
pom.xml to include a dependency for
JFreeChart 1.5.0. Add the lines 8 - 14 shown in the screenshot below:
Next, you need to add the code for a simple JFreeChart application. Right-click on
src/main/java and select the
New -> Class menu item. Type ‘First’ as the name of the class and then click the
Next you should edit the
First.java file to contain the following code:
Now clicking the
Run button in Eclipse will run the app and show you the following:
Eclipse Oxygen 3a Release Date
And it is as simple as that!