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[ale] Question on IDE's
- Subject: [ale] Question on IDE's
- From: jb at sourceillustrated.com (John Wells)
- Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2002 15:38:19 -0500 (EST)
I've mentioned it before, but you may like jEdit (http://www.jedit.org).
While initially intended as a java editor, with UML class breakdown and
navigation and automatic save-to/open-from ftp file transfers among it's
nicer features, it supports a number of different languages (in the
The nicest thing about jEdit is its plugin architecture, and there are
many, many plugins available. From interacting with CVS, emulating vi,
automating large builds with Ant, browsing database tables through jdbc,
auto-completing java, and executing python commands and scripts with the
embedded jython interpreter...you can do it all.
I can't compliment this editor enough. It's saved me time and money, over
and over again. It's also open source and has a very active community.
Joseph A Knapka said:
> Bob Evans wrote:
>> No, not disk drives... Integrated Development
>> Environments. I've been reading a little on Borland's
>> Kylix in particular.
>> Oh, and IBM's 2-cd developers' kit is starting to
>> appear in the mail about as frequently as AOL version
>> I just wanted to get some feedback from anyone using
>> IDE's on Linux fo C, C++, Java, whatever...
> Eclipse <URL: http://www.eclipse.org> is an -awesome-
> Java IDE out-of-the-box. It's open source and of
> very high quality. It's supposed to be a toolkit
> for building IDEs, and there are, in theory, folks
> working on support for other languages. I know some
> folks working on Python support in Eclipse.
> The only thing Eclipse doesn't give you as far as
> Java development goes is a UI builder. Personally I
> hate those; they generally produce ugly unmaintainable
> code, and 10-to-1 a human will eventually have to
> maintain the generated code.
> -- Joe
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