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  • Wordpad

    29 0.63%
  • Notepad

    234 5.10%
  • Emacs

    16 0.35%
  • Gedit

    38 0.83%
  • JGrasp

    126 2.74%
  • Visual J#

    3 0.07%
  • Netbeans

    1,099 23.93%
  • IntelliJIDEA

    60 1.31%
  • Eclipse

    1,884 41.03%
  • JBuilder

    17 0.37%
  • BlueJ

    224 4.88%
  • DrJava

    98 2.13%
  • Adobe Dreamweaver

    9 0.20%
  • BBBEdit

    0 0%
  • JIPE

    1 0.02%
  • GEL

    1 0.02%
  • Vi/Vim

    40 0.87%
  • JCreator

    246 5.36%
  • TextPad

    122 2.66%
  • Other

    151 3.29%
  • Notepad++

    194 4.22%
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    hmmm, Crimson Editor. Not bad at all. But seems to me there are lots of bugs. Did you comes with such memory leaks and so on. I don't know weather they are fixed with the latest version. I've a source code of it, and looking at it I see that there are many conflict with pointers in standard C/C++ coding.

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    I'm pretty happy with it, but i wouldn't know about the C++ problems because i only ever use it for Java, CSS & XHTML. To be perfectly honest the only reason i got it in the first place was because it was the open source IDE my university was using and recommended.

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    Default ++Editplus

    At home I use a text editor called editplus for all my small "programs".
    It's got
    * syntax-highlighting for every "common" language (old or new).
    * macro's.
    * builtin-ftp client
    * perl based RE search & replace (accross files).
    * It's fast and light
    * the later versions are "bug free" in my experience.
    * It's not free, but it's cheap at about 30 USD.

    For "larger projects" I use (mostly) Eclipse and Weblogic.

    I use Netbeans with PE9 because it's bundled, and it works a treat out of the box. I've used Netbeans Matisse for a few projects but I despise the generated layout code.

    At work I use Weblogic Workshop, which is Eclipse based. It's good to.

    Each has strenghts and weaknesses. Overall I'd give Eclipse/workshop 9.5 and Netbeans a 9.0... I stick with edit plus because (a) I can type; and (b) I'm so used to it now, after ten years of daily use, that it's a habit.

    Cheers. Keith.

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    I use eclipse because it does not require an install, doesn't use much resources, and shows errors/warnings as you type, which speeds things up and makes life easier =]

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    I agree with you,but if you want to use struts in Eclipse you must install a plugin ,this is too trouble.

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    i use JCreator n Netbeans..
    i new in java...

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    which one easy for me to coding??

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    Talking Editor Choice

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainMorgan View Post
    No problem mate. I wanted to include like 3-4 more... maybe 15 would be a good limit. Maybe when we hear from other members about their IDE/Editor not listed we can up the limit.


    Hahah, I wanted to give others a change before I thwarted it.. Now that some have voted I'll throw in my vote shortly. ;)


    Good point... JavaTip want to up it? :)
    I have experienced problems with the editors offered at the college. At first I contracted a virus and then I was not able to get any of the editors to work on my computer no matter what version of Java I picked up. So now I have text.pad but I really like Netbeans.

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    I'm sure that this has already been posted here, but it's good enough to be posted again. Read and learn: xkcd - A Webcomic - Real Programmers

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    About 7 years ago i took a course in JAVA, and about 2 months ago i decided to see what i remember. (I am not a computer programmer in any meaningful way)
    One of the things I remembered straight away was that my professor adored netbeans. So i am using netbeans. I couldn't begin to compare it to any other other environment, i can only tell you that it seems to be working for me. I have created a program that almost does exactly what i want it to, (it's a work in progress), and netbeans has helped almost as much as google has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conv_bay View Post
    which one easy for me to coding??
    If you are still newbie to Java, my suggestion (actually lot of senior members here in the forum) is use of command prompt and notepad. It make a big difference lol. Because you can get familiar with lots of things in that way. Just memorizing is not the point actually, specially working on with the errors.

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    yup, because it forces you to recall and write out the code instead of relying on "function completion" and other ide stuff, you end up absorbing more. Plus there's no extra ide stuff to learn about.
    USE CODE TAGS--> [CODE]...[/CODE]
    Get NotePad++ (free)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    If you are still newbie to Java, my suggestion (actually lot of senior members here in the forum) is use of command prompt and notepad. It make a big difference lol. Because you can get familiar with lots of things in that way. Just memorizing is not the point actually, specially working on with the errors.

    I Strongly agree ... noobs need to learn the classpath, and just the very fundamentals like I compile my code, and then I run the class... which the IDE hides from you. It also confuses the bejazus out of the add noob... They really think they are programming in Eclipse, or Netbeans, and that Java has little or nothing to do with it... which just like totally hamstrings there google-ability ;-).

    ... Except I'd recommend a decent text-editor. It should have:
    1. syntax highlighting
    2. brace and bracket-match
    3. search and replace with RE's...
    4. and (preferably) macros, allowing you to roll-your own:
    .... a) API-lookup
    .... b) google search
    .... c) compile & run
    .... d) various pro-forma's

    OR atleast notepad++ ... Notepad sucks!

    Cheers. Keith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corlettk View Post
    I Strongly agree ... noobs need to learn the classpath, and just the very ...
    What are you using to write your code? ;-)

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    NP++ rules!

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    ... Except I'd recommend a decent text-editor. It should have:
    1. syntax highlighting
    2. brace and bracket-match
    3. search and replace with RE's...
    4. and (preferably) macros, allowing you to roll-your own:
    .... a) API-lookup
    .... b) google search
    .... c) compile & run
    .... d) various pro-forma's
    Sounds like you're going to write your own IDE using Notepad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by corlettk View Post
    OR atleast notepad++ ... Notepad sucks!
    Hmm, I don't think that Notepad make more nosy to you. It's really nice. I recommended that specially because of the syntax highlighting is not support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve11235 View Post
    Sounds like you're going to write your own IDE using Notepad...
    Yep... That's pretty much what I've got setup, with a collection of macros in my humble text editor... surely you recall that macros where the coolest thing about emacs? and it does everything I really want/need it to do, and not much besides... NB starts up in about 7 seconds on this box. EditPlus starts in a blink, and it doesn't have an annoying welcome page!

    It runs _any_ compiler, and can parse the output to goto-line. It runs whatever scripts I tell it to... I'm proficient in raw cmd, perl and now python, and if it can't be done there I can always run a bash on cygwin. The problem with IDE's is they're too hard to hack!

    The only thing I'm really missing is in intellisense... but I can type, and I find unbidden helpfulness of other editors invasive and annoying.

    Cheers. Keith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corlettk View Post
    4. and (preferably) macros, allowing you to roll-your own:
    .... a) API-lookup
    ...
    You have a macro or editor that can do api lookups? Tell me, i want in.
    USE CODE TAGS--> [CODE]...[/CODE]
    Get NotePad++ (free)

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