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what is the develop envirenment of jforum

 
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can someboy tell me?
i want to study the jforum.
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I think the environment (IDE) is pretty much irrelevant. There is about only 3 major environments to develop in (for java) and all of them pretty much share the same features.

Netbeans, Eclipse, Idea

Me for instance I set up the CVS code within Idea ...
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