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is ganymedge stable for use? [message #333863] Sun, 11 January 2009 03:42 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: automatic.javalobby.org

i'm stil using europa and the dali project shows potential but still is rather unstable (i also get errors about equinox update site, when i try to download Spring IDE)
Re: is ganymedge stable for use? [message #333867 is a reply to message #333863] Sun, 11 January 2009 08:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
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Elhanan,

Ganymede GA'd in June. It's as stable as it's every going to be. If
your question is specifically about Dali, asking on the platform
newsgroup isn't going to get you a Dali-specific answer...


Elhanan Maayan wrote:
> i'm stil using europa and the dali project shows potential but still is rather unstable (i also get errors about equinox update site, when i try to download Spring IDE)
>
Re: is ganymedge stable for use? [message #333868 is a reply to message #333867] Sun, 11 January 2009 11:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: automatic.javalobby.org

i was merely citing an example, another one is jboss-tools, i don't want to use the alphe version 3, but not sure if the current one is compatible with eclipse 3.4
Re: is ganymedge stable for use? [message #333875 is a reply to message #333868] Sun, 11 January 2009 15:59 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: coolsnoopy.gmx.net

Elhanan Maayan wrote:
> i was merely citing an example, another one is jboss-tools, i don't want to use the alphe version 3, but not sure if the current one is compatible with eclipse 3.4


It merely depends on the plugins you need. E.g. I'm using JBoss Seam and
Drools an I think both are not ready for eclipse 3.4, therefore we stay
at 3.3 (without missing something important).

It's like everywhere: the more dependencies you have, the more difficult
it is to upgrade.

Regards, Norbert
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