I am a big advocate of Open Source.... until... I use an IDE!
Yes I know lots and lots of people use Eclipse and like it. I have used it, but it always seems to get in my way when I have projects scattered through a network! Also I keep conflicting with Eclipse on how I want my directories to be structured!
I am not knocking Eclipse because it is good IDE and would recommend it to anybody. What I am saying is that an IDE is a personal thing and Eclipse wrt to project management does things that I cannot cope with.
Note: I have looked at NetBeans, but can't get used to its way of implementing intelli-code.
For daily production coding I use three for-pay IDEs:
Christian [ February 23, 2006: Message edited by: Christian Gross ]
Author of Ajax Patterns and Best Practices
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