Quoting Cormac McClean (cmcclean at ait.ie):
> I'm evaluating Java IDEs for Linux (RH 7.2) for use on courses here in AIT.
I always have to struggle with my conscience, when people ask for
information about Java on Linux, because I don't want to be guilty of
encouraging it. However, you'll find quite a few Java-oriented IDEs in
my list of Linux IDE/RAD/GUI-builder tools at
(I put together that list years ago, when a very common anti-Linux FUD
debate tactic was to allege that there are no IDEs for Linux. The list
was my way of saying "Oh yeah? Here's a list of about 100 of them."
The odd thing is that I haven't seen that bit of FUD since shortly after
I published that.)
> Alternatively, can anyone point me to a download site for Forte for Java
> (for Linux) other than java.sun.com?
My records say: http://www.sun.com/forte/ffj/
...which might not be an improvement.
 Like, why should we should code to a hideously mediocre virtual
machine? Why not a virtual VAX
It'd be terrible, but it couldn't be any worse.
Cheers, Live Faust, die Jung.
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