2008/7/17 Haolin <saharabear@...>:
> I don't want to stir up controversy or do not respect Emacs and Jdee. I
> just want to know should I use it instead of Netbeans?
> I am Emacs fans but just force on C, Bash, Todo, Calendar and Gnus. I am
> migrate on Java now, For years I always use netBeans as IDE, but, you
> know, if you familiar with emacs, you do not want to change, same to me.
> but I am not sure is JDEE powerful enough for a web java developer? It
> sames not much people use it.
Heck, it seems not much people use Emacs anyway.
I learned emacs because I need a more powerful editor than vi when
switching from C programming to Java programming, and since my company
is still using 1.4, the 1.5/1.6 problem doesn't bother me so much, and
when it does, I will take a shot at moving it to 1.5/1.6.
Well, the thing that bothers me is the lack of a debugger, hence I am
coding one, at http://code.google.com/p/jdibug/.
Oh yeah, having jde-usages and flymake is a big plus. It makes jdee
more closer to eclipse (I have never tried netbeans).
Phuah Yee Keat