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What is your primary Java development environment?

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  • ViM!!! (27 Nov 2004 00:00)
  • Neat and clean (10 Nov 2004 00:00)
  • IDE's are useful...but are too heavy...great for novices (1 Nov 2004 00:00)
  • I overwhelmingly use vi and the Unix tool set for development. However, I do occasionally use Eclipse. Also, I have done some minimal GUI development using NetBeans. However, I find the basic text editing capabilities of both IDEs to be very limited, clumsy (not least because of the heavy dependence on the mouse), and both editors suffer from relatively poor interactive responsiveness. Some of the responsiveness problem is probably due to the formatting and syntax checking which is indeed useful, but gets in the way of the primary function of the editor--flexible and efficient text editing. Many emacs users will have similar complaints while touting their perceived (and largely mistaken) superiority of emacs over the combination of vi and the Unix tools set. Long ago, learning new editor command sets became largely an unproductive use of time and, while GUI's help the novice or occasional user, few editors have matched the text editing capabilities of emacs or vi with the Unix tool set. (20 Sep 2004 00:00)
  • The only problem i have developing java with vim is that it won't look into the imports for auto-completion like in c(++) (1 Sep 2004 00:00)
  • vi rules!!!!!!!!!!!!! (19 Aug 2004 00:00)
  • vi is absolutely the best editor/tool/ide. (17 Aug 2004 00:00)
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  • Why use anything else? (9 Jul 2004 00:00)
  • Vim it baby! The rest are industry standard crap. (8 Jul 2004 00:00)
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  • Was IDEA, will be Eclipse likely (18 May 2004 00:00)
  • Vi forever!! (12 May 2004 00:00)
  • and a bit of eclipse these days, too (22 Apr 2004 00:00)
  • the right tool for the right jobm a major refactoring pulls out eclipse but otherwise the editor is the key. Need that vim plugin for eclips and I'd be happy (17 Apr 2004 00:00)
  • vi + ant; haven't found an IDE that can match. (22 Mar 2004 00:00)
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  • I just love the key strokes. I'm considering Eclipse, but the vi plugin has to improve first. I also like Visual SlickEdit because it has a great vi implementation. (19 Mar 2004 00:00)
  • Am evaluating eclipse (17 Mar 2004 00:00)
  • easy to use, for windows and unix (16 Mar 2004 00:00)
  • Tomcat + Notepad does it fine for me. (5 Mar 2004 00:00)
  • It's very laborious, but until the company prioritises evaluation and purchase of an alternative tool we are making do. (2 Mar 2004 00:00)
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