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You do not need to call ''javac'' yourself with a long classpath:
<source lang="bash">
$ ./fiji --javac
and you can call its <code>main() </code> method just as easy:
<source lang="bash">
$ ./fiji YourClass.class argument1 argument2
= Rapidly Prototype a Plugin =
Sometimes, the compiler complains about a class not having a certain method or interface, but you ''know'' it must contain it. More often than not, that class exists in different versions in your classpath. Find out with
$ ./fiji bin/ the.class.youre.looking.For
If you want to do that with an installed Fiji (i.e. when bin/ is missing), you can start the [[Script Editor]] and execute a BeanShell like this: