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I did know till now that Eclipse was a sourceforge project. Most of the Java IDEs are not opensource. I understand Eclipse is used for mainly J2EE. Im learning J2ME only (hardly any J2EE) and need to know if Eclipse can be a replacement for the Toolkit. If not can it get be associated with the J2ME API ? Intellisense etc.
By the way, Eclipse is open source, but it has nothing at all to do with source forge...
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Hi Eclipse mian purpose is java development , not J2ee , there are some going effort for developing plug-ins fofr j2ee development (easy j2ee developmet). and some available plugins like myEnterprise workbench or lomboz. For using Eclipse for J2me , you need some plugins like www.eclipseme.org .
NetBeans from www.netBeans.org is a opensource IDE and it has very good J2me Plugin (for netbeans 4.1 Beta) i suggest you check it out , you will find it useful.