Thoughts on Guido's ITC audio interview
fabioz at esss.com.br
Fri Jul 1 13:08:09 CEST 2005
Ville Vainio wrote:
>>>>>>"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.
What line of work is not supported in eclipse?
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