When you run a Java program, the Metrowerks IDE application launches a
separate application, Metrowerks Java, to read the html file and run your
program. When you finish running your program and wish to go back and make
changes, you must quit Metrowerks Java. If you don't, then the next time you
try to run your program, you will execute the old rather than new version of
your program. You will know this has happened if you get a second applet
window showing on the screen and see writing in the output window from the
previous run. If this happens, quit Metrowerks Java and select "run" all over
again from Metrowerks IDE.
There is an alternative to this procedure. You can
let Metrowerks Java keep running and go back and edit your program. However,
when ready to run it again, select "Make" rather than "Run" from the
Project menu. This will compile and link your program, but not run it.
Now go back to Metrowerks Java and select "Reload" under the Applet menu.
Not surprisingly, this loads the new version of the program into the
applet viewer. At this point you can run as usual!