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IDE for core JAVA only

 
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I have lot of information in my last topic about the IDE.
But, friends ,I want an IDE for a simple java progam which take less ram and show all help. Like GEL or JCREATOR.

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Maybe BlueJ is right for you?
 
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friend ,Ulf Dittmer,
I am very much confident in java, but netBeans, Eclipse takes lots of steps are needed for doing a simple program. Lots extra files are created. I am using gel and JCreator. but these are not showing any help. I am using netBeans5.5 and Eclipse3.x for j2ee only.

please, suggest me any IDE except BlueJ
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Abhijit
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Notepad maybe the choice ...
 
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or even better, notepad++
 
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How about JEdit?
 
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Originally posted by Stefan Bell:
How about JEdit?



I know that it's written in java, but it's slower than stink. That's why I use notepad++. It's fast!
 
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Thanks for this topic, I was thinking to start such discussion.

I am currently using Eclipse/NetBeans for JEE projects, both are perfect on their own perspective. But are heavy if you just wana practice your *core capabilities* .. or want to implement/test some quick logic.

Alternately, i am using JCreator. Really Cool but i am unable to use it's DEBUGGING functionality properly. May be, this IDE lack in this regards but i didn't like the Debugging, at all.

I am looking for alternate, which gives quick code snippet, help and great integration for debugging. Any Suggestion?
 
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I've heared good things about CodeGuide (based on X-develop), but have not used it myself. It is not very cheap though.
 
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Have you tried the Eclipse scrapbook? It allows very quick testing of code snippets, with code complete and debugging.
 
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Edit plus is good.
 
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