The JDEE project development at this current time is a little slow.
But it is gaining momentum and there should be a new release out
We'd all like to address the issues you mention but at this point,
getting a new release out with patches already submitted is the
Haulyn R. Jason writes:
> Hi, all
> >From 20 days ago, I start to use JDEE as my primary IDE(certainly, I do
> not like the word:IDE). Thanks for everyone here helped me.
> I like emacs, I use emacs write shell, c and sometimes php and html,
> even latex. When I need to join a Java team, I will not change to
> eclipse or netbeans, they are two slow and sometimes make me confusion.
> So I start our Java project with JDEE.
> our project is start with a simple jar project, then we need to add ejb
> features, jpa, jms, then some swing clients, many different clients
> including java web app, python clients and so on. We use maven and ant
> as build tools, work with postgresql and linux server, jboss container
> as production server, glassfish as testing server.
> But, the most important: we use JDK1.5, (compiled with 1.5, run on 1.6).
> JDEE can not use these features.
> another: we use maven as main build tool. the folder structure is
> different, JDEE do not have full support.
> another again: so limited documentations. hard to find some reference.
> another again and again: hard to extend. Maybe I need to learn more
> about elisp and other knowledges. I spend 3 days to write my own
> template using lisp.
> another again and again and again: no road-map. Hard to find a road map
> for JDEE, I am not sure when will JDEE release a new version, and what
> are JDEE team doing now.
> another again and again and again and again: limited resource for
> developers. When I want to read source to learn more about JDEE, I can
> not find any thing for reference.
> again and again........
> Maybe it's better for JDEE Team to talk more to the community or release
> more about road map, developing features and others. Even not, we have
> to do more ourselves to solve the problems we met.
> Although, This email is just complain, not attack. JDEE is a good tool
> for emacs users, but at least it is not good enough for modern Java
> development. Maybe, we must do something for us, for you ,to JDEE, and
> to our project. To make something better. I will use JDEE tomorrow, even
> the day after tomorrow. Just want the good project to be much better.
> Wishes for JDEE and team and users.
> Want to hear more about JDEE from JDEE Team and the community.
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> Haulyn Runner Jason
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