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Re: [joist-dev] Re: Treatment of javadoc

Author Ryan Marsh <ryan at collab dot net>
Full name Ryan Marsh <ryan at collab dot net>
Date 2000-07-06 14:19:46 PDT
Message On Thu, Jul 06, 2000 at 12:04:58PM -0700, Niels P. Mayer wrote:
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> and furthermore, consider that 'TODO:' is also a keyword used by IDE's like
> Visual J++... has a nice lil browser that lets you browse through all the
> TODO: marked code items it manages.
>
> ah, the good old days of doing java on NT/Windows with VJ++ ... (which,
> IMHO, is still a kick-ass IDE).
>
> probably wouldn't be too hard to retrofit netbeans.org with a simple module
> to do the same thing as VJ++'s "todo" browser. and, boy, it would be really
> nice if we could have handle alot of our tigris compile/build/debug cycle
> inside netbeans (it even has nice CVS repository integration).

+1 VJ++ was bad ass.

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Re: [joist-dev] Re: Treatment of javadoc "Niels P dot Mayer" <npm at collab dot net> "Niels P dot Mayer" <npm at collab dot net> 2000-07-06 12:04:58 PDT
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