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Import GUI programs into editor

 
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okay, I have my GUI programs which are developed over the period of two year. Mostly the GUI editor used was Sun's Forte. However over the time the form files gone missing are not updated ( few GUI stuff got updated manually, so form files are not upto date).

Is there any good editor whihc will let me import my programs and then on I can work further to change, enhance GUI (in GUI Editor)?

Thanks In Advance.
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I would say that your best bet is going to be Netbeans.
[ August 02, 2004: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]
 
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