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what ide can i use for linux?

 
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I plan to install suse linux next week. I was wondering what ide is best with this operating system.
note: i know not much about linux.
 
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I also plan to make the switch to Linux within the next month and I am planning to keep using NetBeans as my IDE (www.netbeans.org).
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Hi,
You could try using the Linux beta release of Oracle9i JDeveloper, which will be available in a few days on http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev. This will be the first release of JDeveloper on the Linux platform, so we're really keen to get feedback on how it can be improved.
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Thank you for your advice. I have been using visual age and db2, but jdeveloper and oracle would be great. I eagerly await my installation.
 
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Patricia,
If you want a really nice editor that is supported across multiple platforms, then take a look at Visual SlickEdit. This is what I use to do all my development. I'm a server-side developer, so I don't need to worry about drag-drop GUI components. Anyway, if I was a Swing developer, I would't want to use any tools that generate the code for me. I think most of these tools are end up generating some nasty code.
-Peter
 
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www.intellij.com
IDEA is pretty great.
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