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Offline ReBirth
« Posted 2013-08-04 05:21:40 »

https://github.com/oakes/Nightcode

It says support libgdx, android, web, and Clojure Pointing I hope this becomes a lightweight IDE and not bloated.

Offline Andre Lopes
« Reply #1 - Posted 2013-08-07 16:40:07 »

https://github.com/oakes/Nightcode

It says support libgdx, android, web, and Clojure Pointing I hope this becomes a lightweight IDE and not bloated.

I will test it! As long as it haves auto complete feature and fast compile, its ok! but. idk about the interface Tongue
Offline nsigma
« Reply #2 - Posted 2013-08-07 18:07:20 »

I will test it! As long as it haves auto complete feature and fast compile, its ok! but. idk about the interface Tongue

I quite like the look of the interface.  Also you could check out RText (http://fifesoft.com/rtext/).  That's the parent project of the editor in Nightcode, and does support autocomplete (limited - doesn't handle method chaining).  I'm not sure Nightcode is pulling in the autocomplete library - haven't tried it and trying to make limited sense of the Clojure project system.

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2013-08-07 18:15:12 »

Has a built in libGDX template too. My only question is to what extent they will focus on Java vs. Clojure (it seems more Clojure centric). I know they are both JVM languages, but given that one is statically typed and the other dynamically typed (not to mention the completely different syntactical structures) I would guess that they would have different priorities from a features point of view.
Offline ReBirth
« Reply #4 - Posted 2013-08-08 05:46:33 »

Autocomplete is a must. Did you know that I only use Eclipse for libgdx, while even on MVC project I use ST2?

Feature to expected:
- Lighter, fast performance
- Autocomplete
- Less unnecessary built-in plugin.

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