[Coco] Software offer and Drive Pak solution
tonym at compusource.net
Fri Sep 17 02:35:04 EDT 2010
Quite honestly, I don't know why you bother any more.
Every time you release or create something, something happens.
Now you're even being criticized for the platform it runs on, which happens to be 85%+ of the computer market.
I would've stopped a long LONG time ago, if I were you...
Only so many times I'd put up with being slapped in the face, and turning the other cheek...
>From: "Roger Taylor" <operator at coco3.com>
>Sent 9/16/2010 10:24:19 PM
>To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
>Subject: Re: [Coco] Software offer and Drive Pak solution
>At 08:20 PM 9/16/2010, you wrote: >>I use Eclipse quite a bit myself, just the stock software and a few >>minor plugins. I've not seen it be unstable at all, and it performs >>quite well. It may be some of your trouble is coming from the extras >>that have been added in your environment. >> >>I find the editor to be very nice for working on Java code at least. >>I would agree that configuration is a bit of a nightmare.. there are >> >When I started writing my IDEs years ago, one of the main reasons was >that every other IDE I used was a configuration nightmare. It's >pretty cruel for an IDE author to tell you that it supports this >system and that system, but in the docs you are instructed to do the >work yourself to get the IDE to do common tasks or to set up common >compilers or assemblers. >
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