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Which IDE supports jdk1.3 and EJBC 2.0 ?

 
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Can some one let me know which IDE's support jdk1.3 and also support EJBC 2.0 spec?
I am pretty sure that visualAge for Java 3.5 does not support, also VAJ 4.0 (which is going to be released by end of July, 2001) also is not going to support jdk1.3. I am not sure why IBM is way behind with these releases?
Can some one advice me about which all IDE's support jdk1.3 and EJBC 2.0
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In general, IDEs which have to modify the SDK (such as VAJ with it's repository-based compilation) always lag behind. The simpler IDEs, which just use the SDK tools as they are, are mostly pluggable these days. I can add any SDK (or more than one) to the Kawa and TextPad IDEs which I mostly use. The only think which doesn't always keep up is the on-line help, which usually needs to be rebuilt for each new SDK.
 
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