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What IDE currently support all Tiger features ?

Mikalai Zaikin
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Hello Ranchers,

What IDE currently support all Tiger features.

What I heard is:

- Eclipse 3.1 supports partially
- IDEA 4.5 supports, but it's not free

Any other options except Notepad ?

regards,
MZ


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Stan James
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I'm using Eclipse 3.1M2 and it seems pretty good with Tiger. I haven't been able to compile enumerated types yet. Do you know what's missing?


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Jeff Langr
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Eclipse lags behind in several areas, including enum (which seems to partially work) and varargs.

IDEA's support for J2SE 5.0 has been stellar for some time now. I haven't worked much with other IDEs recently. NetBeans, last I looked, had minimal support for 5.0; maybe that's improved. Someone mentioned that there were a few 'lesser' IDEs with 5.0 support (perhaps jEdit?).

-Jeff-


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Jason Kretzer
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IDE? I use vi, you insensitive clod! It is ALWAYS compatible!

Just kidding, went Slashdot there for a second. :roll:
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Jeff Bosch
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I'm a masochist -- I still use a text editor (EditPlus) for all my Java coding, although it does support syntax highlighting, projects, tools, and all that good stuff.


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Ivan Jouikov
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I am using some future snapshot of eclipse 3.1 and I have no problems whatsoever.
Jeff Langr
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Interesting. I believe I'm on 3.1M2, which is the latest stable build. I don't venture past the stable builds; they're bad enough with respect to performance. I take it you're grabbing integration builds?

-J-
Ko Ko Naing
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Of course, JBuilder 2005... We can download Enterprise Trial Edition and after it is expired, it will become a foundation edition, with which we can even develop J2SE 5.0 applications...

Hope it helps...


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Jeroen Wenting
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Netbeans 4b2 has full support as well as far as I've tested it (which isn't complete but as Sun ships it with the compiler I'd venture they're happy with it).


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Mikalai Zaikin
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Thanks guys for your responses !
 
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