Tuesday Jul 08, 2008

Python/Jython Support Coming to NetBeans

Jython Ted Leung (Dynamic Languages & Tools Architect at Sun) and Frank Wierzbicki (Jython Project Lead working at Sun) today announced during the EuroPython 2008 conference, that the NetBeans IDE will be supporting Python and Jython in future releases. The latest release, NetBeans IDE 6.1, is already multilingual- supporting Java, C/C++, JavaScript, and Ruby/JRuby. By the way, the latest milestone build, NetBeans 6.5 M1, features support for PHP developers.

Check out Kuldip Oberoi's post to find out more. Python

More NetBeans news: the InfoWorld Test Center recently compared nine IDEs for Ruby on Rails development. The reviewer, Martin Heller, gave NetBeans 6.1 a score of 9.0 out of 10. With the highest score among all the IDEs compared, NetBeans earned the top honors.

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