Hi, Luiz, I currently run an old 2010 era MBP, though it's been through a few rounds of updates. It has the i7 proc, 8GB RAM, and a solid state drive. However, I only rarely build directly on this MBP, I either build on our development server (RHEL6) or on my Vagrant-DSpace workspace [1] Since I'm used to working in Vim day to day, I just haven't taken the steps necessary to run Vagrant-DSpace with an IDE, though it would be pretty straightforward to do (just share the dspace-src and dspace folders with the host system, and then run an IDE on the host). If you haven't yet checked out Vagrant-DSpace, you might want to. It's a really quick and easy way to get started, and to organize your work.

--Hardy

[1] https://github.com/DSpace/vagrant-dspace


From: Luiz dos Santos [luizsan@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2014 8:20 AM
To: dspace-tech@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Dspace-tech] What is your setup?

Iím starting in the DSpace so I would like to share with guys my setup, I want improve my productivity. So I decided to ask you about your setup? I'm think about to buy a macbook to me, Anybody over ther use mac to code DSpace?

My Setup:
Hardware
-i7 core 1.8GHz
-8 GB (Ram)
-Windows 8.1 pro

Software
-Java SE 1.7.0_51
-Netbeans 8.0
-Maven 3.1.1
-Ant 1.93
-Git 1.9.0
-Postgree 9.1.12 

Regards
Luiz