On Fri, Oct 19, 2018 at 11:49 AM David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:



Well, we're talking about Java and, in my opinion, using RDi (or netbeans)
is far superior to trying to run stuff on PASE.


You and I are apparently in what a former CEO of mine used to call
"violent agreement" on that point :)


Don't you need an X server running on your workstation to run any GUI
stuff in PASE? That's just an added level of complexity.


I've run X Windowing System apps in PASE, e.g., Java programs: my Ublu
comes up as a Swing window via X if you invoke it that way.

But the stuff I've mentioned here either run on the workstation (NetBeans,
jEdit, Atom) and connect to PASE via SSH/SFTP or are Unix terminal mode
apps (Midnight Command, Vim)


But for Java it's already there if you have RDi, very mature, and very
robust.


*De gustibus non disputandum est*, NetBeans NetBeans NetBeans and again I
say NetBeans :)


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