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spiked3 wrote:I see on the web page talk about using command lines, which I do not do, and I guess the IDE integration stuff has a ways to go.
spiked3 wrote:Is there even a way to set linker options in Eclipse? I haven't found them. And when I do, then what?
spiked3 wrote:I love what you guys did with LeJOS (remember I even tried to copy it to C# one time but the regulator thread differences between Java and C# got too complicated for me and I gave up). But I wish the development experience was more in line with android, which is also a separate remote jvm.
spiked3 wrote:Yes, I am serious, I do not use punch card machines or command lines. If I did, I would run linux. I know many do, good for them, not for me, been there done that, NEVER going back.
spiked3 wrote:Given time, I'm sure it is on everyone's wish list, no?
skoehler wrote:Very problematic attitude. Not the part where you say, that graphical user interfaces are desirable. The part where you refuse to use anything else is indeed problematic.
spiked3 wrote:Also, I try running my NXJ program via eclipse (debug with verbose options on), running nxjmonitor.bat via GUI, then connecting to the brick, leads to
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