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#26 2004-03-16 20:59:32

dp
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Re: Java forum

Dusty wrote:

Hmmm. is it possible to share bookmarks between browsers using LDAP? I have no idea what I'm talking about, but you might look it up.

hmm ... could be possible ... i'll have a search

Dusty wrote:

You have broadband, dp? You could set up Apache, PHP, tomcat, whatever you like on your local machine, then connect to it without having to route through the ISP. wink

i have 300/50 24h, yes and i'm running a webserver with php, tomcat and everything needed to play around wink ... but i have NAT on my router: i cannot accept incoming connections --- it's a ZyXEL prestige 650 and i didnt figured out how to make working incoming connections while NAT works :-(

Dusty wrote:

With Arch, you can do anything!

not yet ... :-)

but it is linux, and therefore it has ...

fortune -m 'smoke signals' wrote:

"...[Linux's] capacity to talk via any medium except smoke signals."
(By Dr. Greg Wettstein, Roger Maris Cancer Center)


The impossible missions are the only ones which succeed.

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#27 2004-03-17 02:25:21

Dusty
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Re: Java forum

dp wrote:

i have 300/50 24h, yes and i'm running a webserver with php, tomcat and everything needed to play around wink ... but i have NAT on my router: i cannot accept incoming connections --- it's a ZyXEL prestige 650 and i didnt figured out how to make working incoming connections while NAT works :-(
[//quote]

Well figure it out! ;:-D

dp wrote:

but it is linux, and therefore it has ...

fortune -m 'smoke signals' wrote:

"...[Linux's] capacity to talk via any medium except smoke signals."
(By Dr. Greg Wettstein, Roger Maris Cancer Center)

Hmmm... If they can IP over Carrier Pigeon, it should be possible to do it over smoke signals:
http://www.blug.linux.no/rfc1149/

It would be a phenomenal feat in pattern recognition!

Dusty

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#28 2004-03-17 09:08:51

dp
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Re: Java forum

> Figure it out!

he he ... i tried everything ... but i'm still working on this problem; as i with pleasure want to be able to login to my machine at home from the uni or use vnc over it ...

anf rfc1149 is great, thanx for that link :-) big_smile

rfc1149 wrote:

...
Avian carriers can provide high delay, low throughput, and low
   altitude service.  The connection topology is limited to a single
   point-to-point path for each carrier, used with standard carriers,
   but many carriers can be used without significant interference with
   each other, outside of early spring.

:-)


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#29 2004-03-17 09:10:22

Mr Green
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Re: Java forum

errrr...

import java.util.*;

// your URL's

Arrays.sort(names); // you figure it out  lol

Anyway I want new PC if I am going to do all your coding  smile

What about a nice IDE ?

Mr Green


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#30 2004-03-17 09:23:33

dp
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Re: Java forum

Mr Green wrote:

What about a nice IDE ?

the best IDE is a good editor :-)

but there are also other IDE's ... i prefer (besides a great editor):

- eclipse (is somewhere in the TUR's i think)
- netbeans
- jcreator

there is also:
- jbuilder

and if you like emacs:
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/1506/

... and if you work with kde, use the kwrite editor, as it has great highlighting and undo/redo also after saving a file (very usefull while compiling/trying out) ... but you must keep the editor open wink

i personally work with vim, kwrite and a normal xterm or konsole ... depending if i run fluxbox or kde :-) ... but i never used to make big gui-things, so if you plan to make a gui, try using netbeans for the creation of it, as it often works better than trying imagination using an editor and thinking where is "north", "south"... of what where


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#31 2004-03-17 15:10:12

Dusty
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Re: Java forum

dp wrote:
Mr Green wrote:

What about a nice IDE ?

the best IDE is a good editor :-)

Text editor yes. The best text editor is JEdit, written in the best programming language. :-D

www.jedit.org

There are tons of java-centric plugins that turn it into a fully featured IDE including JBrowse, CodeAid, and Project Manager, to name but a few.  It has syntax highlighting, beautiful macro scripting, completely customizeable shortcut keys, folding, markers, everything. wink

A lot of people use Eclipse. I've never used it.

Dusty

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#32 2004-03-17 15:17:53

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