On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 10:49:36AM +0000, yep yep wrote:
> Eclipse "I just started studying computer science this school year" would
> give u a clue that more then likely Eric
> is not up to A full on IDE like Eclipse . Hes trying to LEARN how to
> program not how to drag and drop!!!!</rant>
The IDEs usually have other features that make them well-suited for
regular Java programming, not just drag and drop. Personally, I never use
the GUI builders for most environments.
> Eric use kwrite as someone suggested and download the SDK for suns website
Hell, even kate works there. It's a nice little editor in the KDE2/3
collection. Multiple document windows, coloured highlighting and probably
more features I don't use.
While on the subject of generic editors, Glimmer is my fave. A bit buggy
filerquester, but I've only found one crashbug. Just don't move your elbow
that way, and it's OK.
> use the command line to compile the programs save ure program as
> MyProram.java compile it with the command javac MyProram.java and then run
Yeah, the command line still rules for compilation.
Wrapper programs exist for GNU Make if you want that output coloured, too,
but I'm not sure if it supports Java yet..
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