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Hi, I used to work with different IDE's and I find Xcode quite wonderful. I got a few questions to ask...


1. Is ther intellisense in Xcode(or something similar)?

2. Can I put plugins in Xcode(jars) like what you would do in Eclipse?

3. What's the design stuff for? I can't even see any UML symbol to start with... :roll:

That's all I need to know guys... Thanks!
 
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Xcode is a wonderful tool, but I'm not sure that many people are using it for Java programming. Anyone?

I've used it for some very (very) rudimentary Cocoa programs, but haven't really plumbed it's depths enough to answer your questions.

You might have better luck posting on the many Mac forums that are around (http://www.macosx.com/forums/,http://forums.macrumors.com/, and so on).
[ April 10, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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