Thoughts on Guido's ITC audio interview
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Fri Jul 1 10:57:48 CEST 2005
>>>>> "Timothy" == Delaney, Timothy (Tim) <tdelaney at avaya.com> writes:
Timothy> Absolutely. I've really tried to use Eclipse - it's the
Timothy> standard editor for my current project (Java - blegh!). I
Timothy> *hate* it. It's huge, bulky, slow ... I've gone back to
Timothy> my text editor. I'm a hell of a lot more
Have you tried the recently released 3.1 version? It seems to be a tad
snappier than the old version.
Timothy> The only IDE I've ever actually liked using was
Timothy> Metrowerks CodeWarrior (on MacOS classic). Simple,
Timothy> unobtrusive. Good project management, without trying to
Timothy> control every aspect of the development process. And
The debugger in CodeWarrior is quite crappy IMHO. Unlike visual
studio, it doesn't show the return values of function calls. The
editor is also quite lacking, without the ability to create macros
I agree about the project management part. Though I would still love
to use Eclipse instead, if it only was supported for my line of work
Timothy> it allowed me to use the entire screen for editing if I
Timothy> wished whilst still having everything readily available.
Eclipse allows this as well. ctrl+m is maximize/unmaximize.
Ville Vainio http://tinyurl.com/2prnb
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