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Eclipse or Emacs for Java IDE in Linux

 
Ren Li
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Hi,
I found that Eclipse 2.1 behaves differently, for instance, when I tried to import file from folder, Eclipse in Linux does not refresh the selected folder; but Eclipse in Windows does it. Could anybody tell what you are using as Java IDE in Linux, Eclipse, Emacs or something else, thanks,
Ren Li
 
Morten Moeller
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Originally posted by Ren Li:
Hi,
I found that Eclipse 2.1 behaves differently, for instance, when I tried to import file from folder, Eclipse in Linux does not refresh the selected folder; but Eclipse in Windows does it. Could anybody tell what you are using as Java IDE in Linux, Eclipse, Emacs or something else, thanks,
Ren Li

I'm personally using IntelliJ under Linux and it's working fine (actually in many ways better than the windows version).
 
Bret Waldow
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I use a copy of Together/J Whiteboard edition. 4.01 actually. It's licensed forever, it does classes and code. I've found it easy to design with.
I don't think copies are available anymore, though, and I'm considering finding something else to use.
Cheers,
Bret
 
Keith Bennett
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I'm using the GTK version of Eclipse on RedHat Linux 8. I love it -- the refactoring and code assist features are amazing.
My only problem with it is that it is slow on my system -- but that might be my graphics configuration's fault.
- Keith
 
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