[development] Welcome to the "development" mailing list

Jerad Bitner sirkitree at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 22:42:12 UTC 2009

Wow. Thank you for introducing me to Netbeans, I'm liking this so much more.
Even found a nice git plugin - http://code.google.com/p/nbgit/downloads/list
Might have a new addiction here...

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 2:21 PM, Jamie Holly <hovercrafter at earthlink.net>wrote:

> If you don't use the task list you can disable that in the plugins. I can't
> remember the exact name of the plugin. I just went through the list and it
> popped out at me and I clicked to get rid of it.
> There's also a plugin that lets you connect directly to TRAC systems to
> handle issues. It would be nice to create something similar to connect with
> Project's issue tracker. If I knew enough Java I would tackle that.
> Jim Taylor wrote:
>> Kept having "buggy" issues with Eclipse, memory issues, losing features,
>> etc...  I had to re-download PDT a couple of times, finally I just gave up.
>>  After I saw NetBeans PHP support talked about in Site Point, I pulled the
>> trigger.  Functionally, I think it's much and more intuitive out of the box.
>>  If you make heavy use of task list, the task scanner can really bog Net
>> Beans down, but you can simply close it.   As an added bonus it has great
>> CSS support. :)
>> I agree I would use VIM if I had the patience, but I grew up in the
>> Microsoft world and switched to linux 3-4 yrs. ago so I do like me UI  :)
>> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 2:55 PM, Tao Starbow <starbow at citris-uc.org<mailto:
>> starbow at citris-uc.org>> wrote:
>>    What pulled you to NetBeans over Eclipse?
>>    Tao
>>    Jamie Holly wrote:
>>        Have you given NetBeans 6.54 a try yet? I've switched from
>>        Eclipse to it at the beginning of the month and haven't looked
>>        back.
>>        Jamie Holly
>>        Domenic Santangelo wrote:
>>            Hey all,
>>            I've been using Komodo for a while and while I like its
>>            built-in
>>            support for xdebug (breakpoints, stepping, stack trace,
>>            the whole
>>            enchilada) and code intel. But I hate it because it's a
>>            terrible
>>            resource hog. I've been using Coda for a couple weeks, and
>>            although
>>            it's extremely pretty, it lacks a few pretty key things,
>>            xdebug
>>            support being the main one. I used TextMate before Komodo
>>            and am
>>            thinking of going back, but I really would hate to live
>>            without
>>            debugging/xdebug support. Also, I've tried Eclipse and
>>            don't like it.
>>            Thoughts? TextMate + some magic to support xdebug maybe?
>>            -Dom
>> --
>> Jim Taylor
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