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jdavidboyd (3251)

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Born - 1958
USAF - 1976-1980
BSEE - 1984
Married - 1987
Moved to Florida - 1994
Programming since 1986

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Sunday June 29, 2003
06:20 PM

Netbeans or Eclipse

[ #13137 ]

I've a java project to do at work, just a teeny one, but for some reason, management wants me to use an open source IDE.
So, the obvious question becomes, Netbeans or Eclipse?
Don't know anything about either, and kind of like it that way.
If I had my 'druthers', I would just stick the XEmacs and be done with it.
I find it very annoying when non-tech people tell me how to do tech!

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  • I'd go with Eclipse, mainly because then you can do both Java and Perl, assuming you grab the Perl plugin. Also, I have no clue what Netbeans is. :)
  • Having played this game recently myself (eclipse and NetBeans anyways), I'd recommend Emacs' JDE mode. Setting it up takes a bit of work, but once it finds your javadoc and the compile-server runs, it's perfectly usable.