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paulak
#1 Jan 27 2004 02:48am
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I've seen lots of topics asking about what IDE's Compilers to use, here's a list of tools/sites which detail free JAVA and code 'Edit' tools


Sun One/Forte JAVA IDE
http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/javatoo...ools/index.html

Link to good free compilers web site
http://www.thefreecountry.com/compilers/java.shtml

Exam Diff - tool to compare 2 files for differences (I use this regularly to compare output files against 'known' good output files)
http://www.prestosoft.com/ps.asp?page=edp_examdiff

Edit Plus - nice wndowsy editor, with syntax hylighting
http://www.editplus.com/

Nedit - Unix Editor - an editor that can be set up to look just like windows, with all the nice keyboard shortcuts - I used to use this all the time.
http://nedit.org/

Nice site detailing tonnes of information about free compilers for all languages
http://www.thefreecountry.com/compilers/

If people find this useful, perhaps it could be stickied.

Paul.
SAMuraiXTC
#2 Oct 23 2004 05:33pm
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You missed Eclipse!!! Awesome free IDE!!!

Eclipse Homepage
Gill_105
#3 Oct 23 2004 06:06pm
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I got a good ones, although I use Borlands JBuilder and Sun One Studio myself.

http://www.gexperts.com/gel.html

rockonkenshin
#4 Oct 28 2004 11:44pm
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QUOTE (Frickaline @ Oct 23 2004, 09:34 PM)
QUOTE (SAMuraiXTC @ Oct 23 2004, 07:33 PM)
You missed Eclipse!!!  Awesome free IDE!!!

Eclipse Homepage

This one is really nice....good call.

Probably my favorite...Another decent one is Netbeans
cewlman
#5 Dec 10 2004 08:14am
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Oracle has an exellent IDE, especially if you are working with Servlets/JSP/EJB technology.
JDeveloper Homepage
initialxplosion
#6 Mar 15 2005 08:58am
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I was wondering if there was a free version of codewarrior... I know that there is a trial but sometimes there are free versions of a software that doesn't have all the features as the full version.
Brian98
#7 Apr 20 2005 01:29pm
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what can i make with this program?
ASBands
#8 Apr 21 2005 10:42pm
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QUOTE (initialxplosion @ Mar 15 2005, 09:58 AM)
I was wondering if there was a free version of codewarrior... I know that there is a trial but sometimes there are free versions of a software that doesn't have all the features as the full version.

No, there isn't. Or you could just pay $50 for it. It's good software. It's my choice of Java developement.
Da_PkEr
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QUOTE (ASBands @ Apr 21 2005, 09:42 PM)
No, there isn't. Or you could just pay $50 for it. It's good software. It's my choice of Java developement.

Theres a few other good free ones. Bluejay is ok but Eclipse is wonderful.
ASBands
#10 Apr 22 2005 11:43pm
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Call me pretentious, but I've never used good, free developement software.
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