[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop-Java autocompletion
ajselvig at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 14:40:55 EST 2009
I don't mean to be fanboish here, but if you want to use a statically-typed,
memory managed, curly brace language to do GTK development, then why use
Java? C# + MonoDevelop is definitely the way to go, unless you have some
existing Java code to integrate or something.
2009/12/30 A.M. Abdelaziz <amamh3 at gmail.com>
> CC ??
> I never knew that I had to do that, I guess all my emails to
> monodevelop-list weren't seen by all people
> THANKS !
> 2009/12/30 Iván Mosquera Paulo <ktulur at gmail.com>
>> I was just trying IKVM today, I was disappointed too that Monodevelop has
>>> no autocomplete for Java, but I was able to use Netbeans:
>>> after u generate stubs from dlls to jars, add them to ur netbeans project
>>> and of course u get autocompletion, the project compiles fine but if u ran
>>> it, it will give u a weird error message, here is what I got:
>>> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError:
>>> at cli.Gtk.Application.Init(Native Method)
>>> at ikvm1.Main.main(Main.java:19)
>>> Java Result: 1
>>> well, it seems the problem is that u have to run it using "ikvm" and not
>>> "java" so just cd to the "dist" folder where the generated jar sits and do
>>> "ikvm -jar whatever.jar" and it works !
>>> I made a simple GTK# java with Netbeans
>> Glad to see I'm not the only one trying IKVM :-)
>> Much thanks, I'll check it out.
>> You didn't CC to the list, I tell you in case It wan't on porpouse.
>> Iván Mosquera Paulo
> A.M. Abdelaziz
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