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Suggest a IDE -- JawaBeginner.

peter xue

Joined: Dec 30, 2003
Posts: 1
As a user of JawaBeginner, I wanna let some other to know it from .
It donot have time restrict, only popup a warning message on start up.
I have used it more than 100 hours.
Brian Pipa
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Joined: Sep 29, 2003
Posts: 299
I just gave JawaBeginner a try and it is a really nice IDE. I like it a lot. is NOT free.

2.1 Evaluation Terms and Conditions. You may use this Software soley for evaluation purposes without charge for a period of thirty days.

The website doesn't say, but it is actually $49 for a single user:
Also, it is written in Java, but it is quite snappy but tends to take a decent amount of memory (though not as much as Eclipse). I noticed it doesn't have templates (type in sy shift-space and it puts in System.out.println("") and it doesn't have CVS integration.
Either way, it a nice editor. Has a lot of nice features. Definitely worth a peek if you are looking for a light-medium weight IDE.
I'll probably be sticking with Gel though since it's free.

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