Look what's back in Netbeans!

I was having a quick look at the new NetBeans 6.7M2 this morning, and look what I found in the plugins list:

W00t! Jackpot is back!

Man, I could have totally used this a couple of weeks ago. I was switching from using custom logging in Minion to using java.util.logging Jackpot would have relieved me of the need for a very evil Perl script (is there another kind? (I kid, I kid!)) and a lot of hand editing.

Extra awesomeness: Prolog editing mode! Now I can dust off the family tree NLP system that I wrote for CS240 (using Waterloo Prolog on an IBM mainframe, no less) in 1987!

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