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Offline D.t.O

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« Posted 2004-04-13 12:30:42 »

After 3 RCs, NetBeans 3.6 has finally been released!

Download IDE @ http://www.netbeans.org/downloads/ide/index.html, Platform @ http://www.netbeans.org/downloads/platform/.
Also check out http://www.netbeans.org/community/releases/36/Whats_New.html

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- D.t.O

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Offline pedro

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Java games rock!


« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-04-13 17:51:39 »


That Code folding feature looks really cool.  I've started using NetBeans, then moved to Eclipse, well, now I'll download NetBeans and see what happens Wink

Hopefully I'll stick with Eclipse, but if there are really cool features, I won't be silly not to change it Tongue

Offline D.t.O

Junior Duke




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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-04-13 20:06:11 »

I like NB because of the extendability - lots of people develop modules for the NB Platform (you can also easily create your own). For example, the Sun Java Studio Creator is just NB with some added modules.

Just my opinion Wink

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Offline pedro

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Java games rock!


« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-04-15 16:59:28 »

But can't I also develop plugins to Eclipse? I thought plugins in Eclipse were doing the same thing as a modulo in NetBeans? Are there much different in their approaches?

Offline D.t.O

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2004-04-16 03:26:11 »

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But can't I also develop plugins to Eclipse? I thought plugins in Eclipse were doing the same thing as a modulo in NetBeans? Are there much different in their approaches?

Don't know :-/

I don't know why I like NetBeans better either...I did some stuff in Eclipse, and then I saw NetBeans, and I started using NetBeans...
To be honest, I can't give any specific supporting details regarding which IDE is better.

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Offline Golthar

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;)


« Reply #5 - Posted 2004-04-19 05:57:47 »

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But can't I also develop plugins to Eclipse? I thought plugins in Eclipse were doing the same thing as a modulo in NetBeans? Are there much different in their approaches?



Yes in fact Eclipse has a special perspective to handle the creation of plug ins.
There are also books on the matter (I know as my manager is working on this for our company)

come visit us: http://www.otf1337.com
Offline sma

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« Reply #6 - Posted 2004-04-19 07:58:06 »

Just in case... here's a nice set of videos on how to do plug-in development with Eclipse.  The slides are also available at the same site for free... it's an Eclipse-sponsored course, I think.

.: Truth Until Paradox!
Offline Mamoulian

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« Reply #7 - Posted 2004-04-22 09:39:14 »

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I like NB because of the extendability - lots of people develop modules for the NB Platform (you can also easily create your own). For example, the Sun Java Studio Creator is just NB with some added modules.


As IBM Websphere Application Developer is an extended version of Eclipse. The drawback on WSAD is: It is not pure Java, there are some DLL files bundled. So far I had no luck to get it running on Mac OS X Sad

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