Have a look at netbeans, http://www.netbeans.org the screen shots show
it working on multiple platforms
http://www.netbeans.org/articles/screenshots.html, and as I have found
out recently, having to use some win32 dlls, it works (under Gnome
anyway, haven't tried it with KDE).
It's not really fair to put down all Java stuff because of a couple of
"poor" development examples.
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie] On Behalf Of
Niall O Broin
Sent: 05 March 2002 13:27
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] java swing applications under kde
On Tue, Mar 05, 2002 at 12:41:38PM +0000, Liam Bedford wrote:
> how do they work under other Window Managers, or under other Desktop
> Environments that don't suck?
Them's fighting words, boy ! From a vi user, too.
> what about other JRE's? We went through:
> here for applet support, and each one of them was broken under linux
> something (buttons not appearing, in the wrong place, etc).
>> KDE + java does seem to work strangely.. konqueror uses kwin a lot to
> make java do the right thing... probably not related?
Is it possible for anything but "Hello, world" to really be a 'Write
run anywhere' Java program ? JREs seem to be a disaster area. I own the
CD bookshelf and I'd love to be able to use the supplied search engine
it's a Java app. and having wasted quite some time already trying to
work, I just gave up in despair.
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