|Re: This might be a bit greedy but... [message #996303 is a reply to message #996105]
||Tue, 01 January 2013 18:25
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 01/01/2013 06:09 AM, codephobic user wrote:|
> I'm using Eclipse Juno C/C++ (both in Windows 7 and in Ubuntu) and have
> just added ADT plugin to it. What I'm looking to do next is add in Java
> Development tools - the JDT plugin - but I'm not sure whether this would
> be wise or even possible, as I've seen quite a few reports of conflicts
> and troubles.
> If this is possible and does not lead to instability, would it be too
> I'm a web developer so I would really like to be able to do my work and
> my learning/experimenting in the one IDE - and Eclipse is the only IDE I
> know of that seems to have the range to handle these tasks.
You shouldn't worry unduly about this. Eclipse is really a bunch of
plug-ins and you determine which ones beyond the tighter groupings
defined and downloadable from eclipse.org.
I do not tend to do what you want to do, especially with Android tools,
which I keep separate with Eclipse IDE for Java Developers. However, I
do this more out of a personal desire for compartmentalization than
anything else. If you're careful not to use disparate tools in the same
launch, you likely won't incur the simultaneous overhead of so many.
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