Note: this version is not finished, it is put online for testing.
Please give feedback to Ben Matthews
Launch JCM5 using Java Web Start:
Webstart will cache JCM5 locally, but should automatically check for updates if you are online.
(this cache may be adjusted via your "Java Control Panel" (from windows, find inside control panel).
note: if you get an error saying that the jar files are not all signed by the same key, it may be because an old copy of JCM5 remains in this cache
Note: JCM5 requires Java 5 (=1.5), it will not work with any older versions.
You can get the JRE for free from Sun at www.java.com
An alternative way to start JCM5 is to save these files to your disk:
If you want to experiment with JCM5 source code, I recommend to install Netbeans4 together with JDK5, (free download from java.sun.com), then ask me about the current project setup.