Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Dec 2007 16:27 UTC, submitted by anonymous
General Development Six months ago, Linux vendor Red Hat acquired the closed source Exadel Studio Pro IDE and pledged to turn it into a fully open source Red Hat product. On Monday, Red Hat officially released JBoss Developer Studio, based on the Exadel product as a 100 percent open source IDE. The new Eclipse based IDE offering from Red Hat's JBoss division will provide a development environment that will work on both Windows and Linux for Java middleware solutions from JBoss.
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RE: spoilt!
by HangLoose on Tue 11th Dec 2007 18:03 UTC in reply to "spoilt!"
HangLoose
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2007-09-03

Exadel == Eclipse+plugins

I've used Exadel for quite some time and was hard to let it go after moving away from the project that had it.

But now with NetBeans 6 ;)
Things are different pal...

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