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IDE / Editors
June 23, 2006 07:51PM
We don't really get recomended on which editors to use.

I prefer JCreator for applets, it's lightweight and starts quickly.

Then there's Eclipse, industry standard development tool.

Then there's also Netbeans, written in java so cross-platform.

Also Notepad++ that supports around 40 languages with syntax highlighting etc. (I use this as a notepad replacement to edit all my text based files... Java/php/cpp etc.) The website doesn't look very good, but the editor is very clean and VERY usable.

Try it out smiling smiley
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June 25, 2006 12:27PM
Netbeans is on the COSALL CD that we got at the beginning of the year. I find that it's quite easy to use and it has an autofill feature, which is quite usefull.

The major problem I have with it is that I find that the longer I have it open and the more I use it, the slower it gets. When I first open the programme, it's very fast but it slows down over time and that really annoys me.
Re: IDE / Editors
June 27, 2006 12:04PM
Try SCITE

www.Scintilla.org
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