Published: Jun 29 2009 / 10:06
"The only IDE you need", unless you need .NET stuff. How come we can run all kind of small speciality languages on the JVM but not what many people perceive as "Java's successor" on it?
Oh as usual, I get negative votes for asking a legitimate technical question. I'm a Java programmer 90% of the time, but I will never get used to the Java community's religious views on things (read: Bash all Microsoft related stuff, it must be crap by definition).
I agree that calling it "The only IDE you need!" is too ambitious, but I think you should have known that referring to .NET as "Java's successor" would serve as flamebait.
Yeah I know... but that's how I think of it, it came after Java and already contains all the features the Java community has been debating for the last 3 years (which will not only amount to very small changes).
Until it includes Perl Support, it's a peice of crap.
I pity you
Try Komodo then, but the fully-featured IDE version is not for free. (However, the "light"-version Komodo Edit is open source.) Or stick to Emacs or VI(M). But I bet you already have some nice IDE you use for Perl? ;)
I just really wish they could squeeze in JavaFX support so I don't have to stay with 6.5.1
Hmm. That is rather odd. Maybe they'll soon have a 6.7.1...
Thanks for the link.
hahaha ... Netbeans _without_ FX? It's not April, so can't be a fool's day joke ... so what does it mean?
this comment voting thingy is really weird: first getting down-votes for a wondering statement (not that I care overly much - that's life in public ;-) without knowing who did it , then I could vote one of them up again myself (again, not caring - but experimenting ;-) Would consider both a bug of the system.
I was also wondering when I downloaded the final version. I switched from Eclipse with Netbeans 6.7 Beta about 1 1/2 months ago. I didn't care about JavaFX in NB yet but wasn't support for it included in beta and RC releases for 6.7? Maybe something was getting unstable very late or I really just missed something. Anyone got some info about that?
and yet it still sux
It's a release announcement and yet people downvoted, strange.
maybe alot of people dont want to know
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