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I am new comer to linux world.

Is there a good simple Java IDE like Jcreator working under Linux? while can Icompile my project wthin it, auto-complition and so.


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It doesn't get much better than Eclipse:

www.eclipse.org

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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While I have to agree with Cameron, in all fairness Idea IntelliJ works quite nicely under Linux as well.

I've also used Emacs to good effect, but it's not as slick as a true GUI IDE.
 
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Any Java based IDE:

IntelliJ
Eclipse
BlueJ
JEdit
Netbeans

Native linux IDE's are going to be harder to find. I know Visual Slick edit has a linux version. I bet it wouldn't be too difficult to get JCreator to work under Wine. It's not a complicated bit of code.
 
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Eclipse 3.1.2 is bundled with Fedora Core 5. Not sure though if 3.2.x is bundled with Core 6.
 
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