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A question for users of JPad and/or JCreator

 
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We are attempting to do a comparative report between two popular Java
IDE's - JPad and JCreator, and we need opinions of Java programmers on
both of them. Please help us out by giving your opinions on one or
both of them -
In particular, we would appreciate your opinions (rate from 1-10, and
add insights) on the following things:
-the text editor (syntax highlighting, search/replace features,
auto-formatting, etc)
-debugging tools (use of jdb or other debuggers)
-project management tools (templates, class/file views, etc)
-configuration (simple? customizable?)
-any other features you find useful (API lookups, code completion, etc)
 
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Hi Loren,
it sounds more like a small project assignment than a doubt or question. It is difficult to imagine that somebody uses simultaneously both tools.
Might be it would be helpful for you to follow the link underneath...
 
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Originally posted by G Vanin:
Hi Loren,
it sounds more like a small project assignment than a doubt or question. It is difficult to imagine that somebody uses simultaneously both tools.
Might be it would be helpful for you to follow the link underneath...


Please note that the request was to "please help us out by giving your opinions on ONE or BOTH of them." We never expected anyone to respond only if they'd used BOTH of the IDE's. Only if they'd used at least one of them. If you have not used either IDE or do not care to respond, feel free to move on without responding. Thank you.
 
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