Am Samstag, 19. März 2005 09:02 schrieb David Jamison:
> 1. Does anyone know how I could quickly get either Kvim or JEdit up and
Forget KVim. Never got that working here either.
> 2. Is there anything actually better (easier) than KVim or JEdit. The
> former for editing Java Files and the Latter as a graphical environment
> for Java development
If it has to be a VI sorta thing, use GVim (http://www.vim.org/). Or XEmacs.
Or, as others have suggested, use Eclipse IDE for Java development. You could
also use Sun's own NetBeans IDE (which can be downloaded as a bundle with the
Java SDK or separate from java.sun.com), which currently does the syntax
support for Java 1.5 specific things better than Eclipse.
One difference between a man and a machine is that a machine is quiet
when well oiled.
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