Re: Java Programming Environment
Calber Chainy wrote:
Hello List, I wondered if there would be an X programming environment for Java
and which packages will I have to install.
Thanks a Lot.
You may also want to take a look at JEdit - we have some staff that use
it and it seems to work quite well as an IDE (including Ant and Jakarta
integration, integration into Javadocs, refactoring modules etc.). It
also is a pure java app and runs pretty much identically on both Debian
and Win32 (which is handy in a heterogeneous development team).
I have used it, but then I'm not a Java Guru by any means. I've tried
Forte and it was just too wierd for me, but it has probably changed in
V6. I havent used Emacs for Java, as Jedit works well for what I do in
Java. I do use Emacs for JNI work though - I just havent bothered to
make Emacs play with Ant so someone else may know how well that works.
Hope this helps,
John P Foster (who is STILL not the guy who makes the beer)
Senior Research Scientist
Golden Orb Technologies LTD