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JCreator 3 is out

Brian Pipa
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As a happy user of Jcreator, just wanted to let everyone know the latest version is out. www.jcreator.com - there is a freeware and a $69 version
Brian


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Brian Pipa
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(I know I am probably the only one here using JCreator...)
Well, I just gave version 3 a spin and I am very disappointed. The CVS support is horrid. AND...they changed the way projects work so that it is like Eclipse in that you have to have all of your code where JCreator wants it not where I want it on disk.
Guess I'll stick with 2.5
Brian
Gregg Bolinger
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Originally posted by Brian Pipa:
(I know I am probably the only one here using JCreator...)
...they changed the way projects work so that it is like Eclipse in that you have to have all of your code where JCreator wants it not where I want it on disk.
Guess I'll stick with 2.5
Brian

That's not true. When you setup the project you can specify whatever you want for the location of your code, classes, etc. I like JCreator quite a bit. I don't use it's CVS. I always CVS from the command line.


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Eclipse allows you to keep your code in wherever you like.


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