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Try one of the 3 tools avaible here. Even Trufun Plato UML2 TOOL is really outdated, UMLet seems to be actual. UML Designer is also not really actual, but could give it a try.


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So the only open sorce alternative to apache one seems to be aXMLRPC.


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Java has, at least it had, backward compatibility, so applications runing on older Java version should always run on newer ones. So try runing Dr. Java on version 8.


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Never have used any such tool for building Java GUI myself, but posibly WindowBuilder could be what you search.


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Not shure but jSerialComm could be the API you are searching.


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Since it about Java, what about JColorChooser?


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Firstly, when it comes to conversion from language 'X' to language 'Y', then no program can beat human intentions/efforts. For the above case Java to C++ conversion can be done using programs such as TanglibleSoftware. But for some language constructs which are only supported in Java but not in C++, some work around is surely needed. Consider case: User 'A'...


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Java and C++ are too different for that to be possible: Java (and the JVM) requires a garbage collector. Which deals with circular references. C++ requires manual memory management. Even smart pointers (with reference counters) won't usually deal easily with circular references. C++ wants the rule of five to be respected. That rule has no simple ...


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Eclipse is the IDE for working with Java. There are many tutorials refering to this IDE. Me personally and many people I know from university have learned Java using this IDE. Also in other university people using this IDE to start learning Java. In some books about learning Java the first chapter was more or less about installing and getting started with ...


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Something like this is not really posible, since there is concepts and keywords in Java without equivalents in C++. For example synchronized, package or instanceof can´t be translated from Java to C++. Even final has not always the same meaning as const.


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If you can use a non-java app, have a look at Webtrees. It is opensource (php/mysql) and you can run it on a Windows or Linux machine. It supports a fan/radial chart via this plugin


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