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Re: Re: IDE for java

 Derrick 'dman' Hudson <dman@dman.ddts.net> wrote:

>On Wed, Jan 22, 2003 at 05:56:36PM -0300, Eduardo Gargiulo wrote:
>| Is there any IDE for java (debianized if possible). Which?
>It's called "debian".  :-).  I use vim as the editor, make for build
>management (and either javac or jikes for the compiler), ctags for
>convenient jumping through the source, aegis or cvs for
>source/configuration management and the standard Unix tools like find
>and ls to manage files.  Unix itself is a very powerful IDE composed
>of a great many tools.  One of the great advantages of using the
>system as the ide is it works independent of the programming language,
>and it works for plain old configuration files too.  If you really
>want to have one big tool sitting on top of the OS (and duplicating
>much of the functionaity), check out eclipse (no .deb AFAIK).

When you say "make", is that the same make program most c++ programs use?
If so, i didn't know one could use it with other languages. I'll have to start learning it then.
I know there is a java specific make too: jmake.
Any experience with that one?


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