NOTE: If you have not previously downloaded ladybug, you must follow the directions below first.
After downloading and unzipping the new .jar file, replace the previous version of ladybug.jar already downloaded. Running ladybug then should give a version number of 0.81.
2. Create a new folder for the Ladybug application (e.g. C:\ladybug). To do this, in My Computer or Windows Explorer open the folder in which you want to create the new folder. On the File menu, click New and then Folder. Type a name for the new folder and then press ENTER.
3. Unzip ladybug.zip into the folder you created in step two. If you have an unzip program installed, you should be able to do this by double-clicking on ladybug.zip. If not, download and install an evaluation copy of WinZip.
4. Double-click on the file named Ladybug to start the application.
2. Download the Ladybug application and save it as ladybug.tar.gz in the directory created in step one.
3. Unzip ladybug.tar.gz into ladybug.tar by typing
4. Untar ladybug.tar into the directory you created in step 2 by typing
5. Execute the file named Ladybug to start the application.
2. De-binhex ladybug.sea.hqx using Stuffit expander.
3. Uncompress ladybug.sea by double clicking on it in the finder.
4. Double-click on the file named ladybug to start the application.
2. Create a new directory for the Ladybug application.
3. Uncompress the file you downloaded in step one into the folder from step two.
4. In order to start Ladybug, the directory from step two must be in
your classpath. The class to execute is ladybug.ui.MainWindow. For example,
if your JVM is called 'java' and you are in the Ladybug directory, then
the command to start Ladybug would be: "
5. You may want to create a script to automate starting Ladybug. The script should consist of the same command that you typed in the previous step. The method to create a script depends on your operating system.