[jsword-devel] IDEs currently in use here?

Mark Goodwin jsword-devel@crosswire.org
22 Dec 2002 16:55:23 +0000

Sorry for the delay in replying; I was away from home for a month.

I use Eclipse (www.eclipse.org).  It's a great tool, and it's currently
available for Windows and Unix (GTK or Motif).  Unfortunately, there is
not yet a Mac version, although there is one currently in development.

Before I found Eclipse, I used NetBeans (www.netbeans.org).  It is
feature rich, but resource hungry.  Some of my collegues rave about
IntelliJ, but I've not used it so I can't comment.



On Sat, 2002-11-23 at 11:54, nicc-lists email addy wrote:
> heya all...  was just discussing with a friend today about IDEs for 
> java, and he was suggesting I use intelliJ cause that's what he uses at 
> work.  previously I've used JBuilder (v4 I think was the latest I used) 
> and the good old nedit and vim (both with syntax highlighting enabled), 
> but what are ppl using for developing jsword?  it's looking that I'll 
> have some time on my hands soonish and am hoping to take a look at 
> stuff here.  so require installing an IDE (well, not _require_, but 
> probably better to), and wondering where to start looking at stuff?  is 
> just running "ant doc" the main place to look atm?  any specific 
> packages which are wanting a looking at?
> won't be able to contribute for another couple of weeks, but am looking 
> ahead...  :)
> ybic
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