JDE 2.1.1 Release Notes This release includes the following new features: * Customize startup directory for Java applications The JDE now allows you to specify a startup directory for running and debugging JDE programs. The default startup directory remains the directory of the current source code buffer. Type C-h v jde-run-working-directory or see "Customizing the Startup Directory" in the "Running Java Applications" section of the "JDE User's Guide." * Customization panel for jde-mode key bindings The JDE now allows you to use a customization panel to define key bindings for jde-mode. This enables you to define key bindings even if you don't know Lisp. See "Customizing Key Bindings" in the "Customizing jde-mode" section of the "JDE User's Guide" for more information. * System.out.println(...); template Select Generate->Println from the JDE menu to create a System.out.println statement at the current point in a source buffer. The JDE prompts you to enter the content of the println statement.