I think you should make a habit of returning to the threads you started to let those who answered know whether their replies were helpful.
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Joined: Sep 07, 2004
I've tried both and settled on netbeans. Eclipse has become just too complicated. Eclipse is trying to be all things to everyone and has gotten too cumbersome for me. And while neither is blindingly fast, netbeans seems a little bit faster than eclipse. But I made that decision more than 2 years ago. I'm sure both have changed.
apchar boiir wrote:Eclipse has become just too complicated. Eclipse is trying to be all things to everyone and has gotten too cumbersome for me.
Eclipse is highly modular. I suggest you give Helios or Indigo a ride.
Joined: Jan 31, 2010
Best Option is Netbeans, for simplicity, performance and lots of useful easy to locate stuff.
The only advantage eclipse had against netbeans is that it have an integrated internet browser, but now
thanks to JD Native Swing and MozSwing, you can have more than an internet browser on netbeans, but a lot of
native Windows/Linux/Mac libraries and components.