Commercial Mac IDE

Vlad Dumitrescu vladdu55@REDACTED
Fri Aug 11 20:23:47 CEST 2006


My point was that it may be worth considering the options first.
Having done some work on an IDE framework before, I know there are a
lot of tricky details. So riding on the Eclipse wave would cut a lot
of corners.

If the project is seen as a "learn by doing" thing, then the above
doesn't apply. But for a commercial project, time to market is very
important. There are a lot of commercial Eclipse-based environments,
so it's possible to build upon erlide with extra plugins (comercially

And of course, I wouldn't mind if this would help along Erlide too :-)


On 8/11/06, Simon Chappell <simonpeterchappell@REDACTED> wrote:
> > This is a large project, and if only for Macs, usefult for not so many...
> On the other hand, the Mac community have a strong track record of
> supporting shareware authors by actually paying for the software.
> While normally, an outsider might view the Mac community as too small,
> they generally are capable of supporting quite an amount of shareware
> authors.
> Oh and they tend to be fairly fanatically loyal as well. :-)

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