NetBeans 4.0 Beta is cool!

I agree with Mukesh Garg: NetBeans 4.0 Beta is cool.

I confess I am a convinced user of NetBeans, and that I have always been. I am a convinced user of the command line interface too, and I have always been and, more importantly, I will ever be.

Command line interface is all I usually need. It's flexible. I can script things for automatic build/test, and I can make my Linux/Solaris environments to do those using cron. That's cool too.

While using NetBeans 3.6 (and previous versions) I had to keep the Ant file myself. I could integrate that into the IDE, but that was too complex/elaborate for me. I prefer editing the Ant script with VIM and not with the IDE. Much cleaner.

But NetBeans 4.0 (Beta, is this Beta? Wow, what a Beta!) is what I have always been looking for. I can use both a GUI and a Command Line Interface. The best of both. NetBeans 4.0 keeps source code and tests in separate directories, and builds on another directory. That's what I wanted. It uses Ant internally. That's what I wanted. Allows me to use the Command Line Interface. That's what I wanted.

As a conclussion: NetBeans 4.0 is all I need.

And, by the way, it's much better looking that NetBeans 3.6, uses less memory and, of course, is cool.

Thanks, guys, for giving me NetBeans 4.0 (Beta, Beta?).

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