I need version 3.x or something like that for the Borland Together Tool licence and it's damn near impossible to find for WindowsChewi wrote:Eclipse is almost entirely written in Java so it's unlikely to be a platform-specific bug. Are you tied to an old version? If so, it's probably already fixed. I used to be the main Eclipse guy for Gentoo but I got tired of it and switched to Emacs.
I installed beta1 of Ubuntu 12.04 for the in-laws the other day. It's a little buggier than I expected (several random "something broke" pop-ups now and then) but it's quite usable for a beta. Father-in-law went apeshit partially due to the initial shock and partially due to connection issues that cropped up after I left (seemingly the router's fault) but they seem happy now.
I have other big news but can't say owt just yet.
I'm sticking Ubuntu on an old P4, 1GB RAM for our lass (when I get the PC back from my old shared house) because it's only capable of running Windows XP, fuck that headache, so she's going to have to learn to use Ubuntu. I do it through love (and so I don't have to deal with XP's "oh wow, have 6 months gone by already? *BRRZZZT* Yep, reinstall time!!").