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  1. #1
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    Smile just a suggestion: why not use NetBeans as IDE for S60 C++?

    hi,

    this is just a suggestion, or maybe a wish :)

    i tried to use ecplise, but i didn't like its interface, and the way it works. i like VS's interface. and i like NetBean's interface as well. so i use carbide.vs.

    i call NB as VS of java :D

    i found that NB now have a c++ plugin for it, so one can use for c++ development with any compiler.

    i wanted to know if anyone interested in extending NB to support S60 c++ sdks?

    i guess it'll be cool, as the inteface is super cool, and NB supports j2me development, so developers may need only one IDE for mobile jave and c++ work :)

    there may be many more advantages. i guess NB has better/easy support for developeing GUI based IDE tools. and somthing like that.

    its just a suggestion/wish :)

    cheers,

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    Lightbulb Re: just a suggestion: why not use NetBeans as IDE for S60 C++?

    I love to use that IDE. But Nokia Developers are Considering the Eclipse due to the Licensing Issue if i am not wrong.
    Any Soon some body will come upwith a Plugin to NB. Why not Me ...

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    Re: just a suggestion: why not use NetBeans as IDE for S60 C++?

    oh, great.. i got one more vote for NB, me as the first :P

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    Faisal Iqbal (skype: chall3ng3r)
    Flash Mobile Specialist | Orison Technologies
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