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Making the supported EDITORS available from www.netrexx.org

ThSITC
Hi Rene (&/ ALL):

I think that the NetRexx home-page should contain a BAR named *Supported
Editors*
beyound *Tools* in the left side vertical bar containing at least:

* JEdit with Kermit Kiser's plugin
* Eclipse
* vMac

so that a NetRexx Newbie could download them including the needed PlugIn's
from the NetRexx home-page.

Nearly none of them would otherwise be aware that those methodologies
are available.

Full Stop.
Thomas.

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Re: Making the supported EDITORS available from www.netrexx.org

Bill Fenlason
As the author of the Eclipse NetRexx plugin, I do not think it would be
appropriate to list it as a "Supported Editor".

The plugin is broken and out of date for Eclipse level 4 (2012 to
date).  Because of some changes in my life situation and in spite of my
hopes, I can no longer develop or support it.  When time permits I will
withdraw it.

It was always listed as an Alpha level (experimental, in development)
project.  As such it was a wonderful "labor of love" (sandbox) project
for me, but the use of NetRexx with Eclipse never caught on.

It is my understanding that Android Studio now uses IntelliJ as its
base.  Perhaps someone will develop a plugin editor for that platform
which might extend the use of NetRexx.

Bill Fenlason

On 11/28/2015 12:19 PM, Thomas Schneider wrote:

> Hi Rene (&/ ALL):
>
> I think that the NetRexx home-page should contain a BAR named
> *Supported Editors*
> beyound *Tools* in the left side vertical bar containing at least:
>
> * JEdit with Kermit Kiser's plugin
> * Eclipse
> * vMac
>
> so that a NetRexx Newbie could download them including the needed
> PlugIn's
> from the NetRexx home-page.
>
> Nearly none of them would otherwise be aware that those methodologies
> are available.
>
> Full Stop.
> Thomas.
>
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ThSITC
Hi Bill: thanks for Your clarification :-) Thomas.

Am 29/11/2015 um 01:59 schrieb Bill Fenlason:

> As the author of the Eclipse NetRexx plugin, I do not think it would
> be appropriate to list it as a "Supported Editor".
>
> The plugin is broken and out of date for Eclipse level 4 (2012 to
> date).  Because of some changes in my life situation and in spite of
> my hopes, I can no longer develop or support it.  When time permits I
> will withdraw it.
>
> It was always listed as an Alpha level (experimental, in development)
> project.  As such it was a wonderful "labor of love" (sandbox) project
> for me, but the use of NetRexx with Eclipse never caught on.
>
> It is my understanding that Android Studio now uses IntelliJ as its
> base.  Perhaps someone will develop a plugin editor for that platform
> which might extend the use of NetRexx.
>
> Bill Fenlason
>
> On 11/28/2015 12:19 PM, Thomas Schneider wrote:
>> Hi Rene (&/ ALL):
>>
>> I think that the NetRexx home-page should contain a BAR named
>> *Supported Editors*
>> beyound *Tools* in the left side vertical bar containing at least:
>>
>> * JEdit with Kermit Kiser's plugin
>> * Eclipse
>> * vMac
>>
>> so that a NetRexx Newbie could download them including the needed
>> PlugIn's
>> from the NetRexx home-page.
>>
>> Nearly none of them would otherwise be aware that those methodologies
>> are available.
>>
>> Full Stop.
>> Thomas.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> Ibm-netrexx mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>> Online Archive : http://ibm-netrexx.215625.n3.nabble.com/
>
> _______________________________________________
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>

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