Not really. I just wanted to see how big projects look like, source wise.
I found the Main to be jEdit.java in one of the folders. If I wanted to edit and mess around with the source, I couldn't just compile it, because, (at least with) Netbeans, it throws out a bunch of errors that it cannot find certain files, even though they exist.
Also, Netbeans requires a project file in order to bring up all the files/packages as a bundle. I noticed that when it doesn't exist, I can only bring up 1 file at a time. And I think this is where the issue arises.
I guess what I'm trying to ask, is how to import a bunch of files in order for the IDE to understand that it is a full project (whether it be Netbeans or Eclipse)?