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What IDE is used to go to work on JFOrum?

 
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What IDE is used to go to work on JFOrum?
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Depends on personal preference. Personally, I use the MyEclipseIDE variation of Eclipse, but simple Eclipse works fine. I've seen threads about using NetBeans and other IDEs.

Unfortunately, the < 3.0 versions date back to before more "standard" IDE webapp layouts became popular. So, you may either have to import things from the source distro into a layout that make it easy for your IDE or do some IDE configuration to make it understand the JForum layout.
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
 
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