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Asher
29-03-2003, 07:31:54
By far the best development IDE (available on virtually every platform, too) next to Visual Studio .NET is now out in a massive update called 2.1: www.eclipse.org

I've been using Eclipse 2.0.2 extensively over the past year for my school projects, and it makes programming so much easier. :bouncmsk:

Asher
29-03-2003, 07:33:00
While Eclipse is open source, it's actually developed by a whole bunch of IBM software engineers in a professional environment. No pansy-assed volunteer I'll-do-it-when-I-feel-like-it losers.

Sir Penguin
29-03-2003, 08:06:08
Well baited. :D

SP

Asher
29-03-2003, 08:27:23
Thank you.

Sean
29-03-2003, 11:27:44
development IDE
And you complain about ‘Internet IP’ :rolleyes:.

Immortal Wombat
29-03-2003, 23:35:01
YAY! Redundant RAS Syndrome :D

Asher
30-03-2003, 01:29:27
Originally posted by Sean
And you complain about ‘Internet IP’ :rolleyes:.
There are many kinds of IDEs, development IDEs implies software development.

Asher
30-03-2003, 01:30:00
For example, Flash MX is an IDE -- but not a development IDE.

Asher
30-03-2003, 01:30:38
And redundancy is useful sometimes.

DNS Server is redundant, but is there a difference between DNS and DNS Server? Yes.

Sir Penguin
30-03-2003, 01:50:43
No it's not, DNS stands for Domain Name System.

SP

Asher
30-03-2003, 02:03:55
I've always been told it stood for Domain Name Server.

Deacon
30-03-2003, 09:13:34
There are so many acronyms that the original meanings don't mean that much any more. DNS is DNS, DHCP is DHCP, etc... And yes, I've also forgotten parts of them too. What does the U in UDP stand for anyway? :)

Sir Penguin
30-03-2003, 23:11:13
User. :)

DNS was one of the ones I lost marks on in my high school infotech class. The other was TCP, which is apparently Transmission CP and not Transfer CP (whereas the T in FTP stands for Transfer).

SP

Darkstar
01-04-2003, 19:17:12
Like, d'uh! I think you guys were geekiods!