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Hi All,
I'm looking for a complete freeware Java IDE env for my windox XP. Could someone suggest me one. Planning ti integerate it with JBOss. Does anyone have any nightware doing this. Please let me know..
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Eclipse -- there are free plugins for JBoss and Tomcat. www.eclipse.org.
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IDE's like Eclipse,NetBeans are very good.But make sure that you have enough RAM(atleast 512MB) on your m/c.These IDE's are huge memory hoggers.
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Eclipse doesnt hog as much as many of the others. You can configure it for using less memory too.
IntelliJ IDEA uses less memory and is just as good as Eclipse (if not better). Not free though. I use Eclipse because I am a student and therefore poor.
 
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Moving this thread to the IDEs forum...
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see this thread for the NetBeans/Eclipse debate.
https://coderanch.com/t/101727/vc/any-good-free-Java-IDE
 
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