Re: Developers: "Simplify Eclipse or else..."
Ramon F Herrera wrote:
On Apr 7, 9:04 pm, Lew <l...@lewscanon.com> wrote:
I even keep open both IDEs on the same source code (you have to make
sure to make all modifications from the Eclipse side).
No, you don't. I've used both on the same project many a time, and it's
perfectly feasible to modify from any IDE and then edit in Eclipse [...]
I am talking about real-time changes, Lew. Eclipse keeps track of
modifications to the source code and reacts to them. NB doesn't care
that somebody else is modifying it concurrently.
I'm sorry, but I don't understand what you mean.
I do know that if I'm editing a file in NetBeans and someone else modifies it
(which itself represents a breakdown in the process, btw), that NB tells me of
the change and lets me refresh my editor session.
I do not know of this feature of Eclipse of which you speak. In fact, my
experience is the opposite - Eclipse seems not to notice changes on the file
system until I manually refresh my project.
I'm reasonably certain that I've misunderstood you.
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