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Any thoughts on a development environemnt?

Brian McKendrick

Joined: Aug 22, 2001
Posts: 7
Long time reader, first post.
I was hoping to get some feedback on possible development environments in use by people in the community at large. Currently, we are using the JRUN app server in conjunction with JRUN studio. JRUN was a corporate decision for our production app server, but we are considering using Tomcat in our dev environment for stability (I find JRUN to be a pain in the ...).
What we are ideally looking for is the management and deployment of code (w/ a nice integrated editor), integration with CVS, and a robust debugging tool.
Any thoughts? What are other folks using?
Thanks in advance,
Manjunath Reddy
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Joined: Jul 26, 2001
Posts: 60
Im an outright lover of KAWA. In addition to being lightweight and supporting the usual editor features it has a runtime debugger that can be used in conjunction with jrun/weblogic etc.
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