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    Am 20.11.2011 18:46, schrieb lenwolf:
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    > Hi,
    >
    > the short answer is both.
    >
    > Development is generally made with the Oracle SDK, and then also tested
    > on OpenJDK.
    > Sometimes it's even vice-versa.
    >
    > OpenJDK sure has come a long way from where it started....
    >

    Thanks, I hoped to hear that it also works with both, the same applies
    to me with eclipse instead of netbeans. Main development is done with
    oracle java, then it is tested with openJDK.
    My private programming is done with openJDK.

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    The fun thing with netbeans is that you can work on the same project from within windows and Opensuse.
    For my private stuff, i have both OSes on the same, dual boot, machine. If you take care, in netbeans, to make the path to additional libraries "relative" to your project folder, you can use the same project folder indifferently from either OS (provided the project in an an NTFS drive since windows can't read other filesystems). The only problem is the path to a splash screen, which in netbeans is always an absolute path, but you can get around this if you write your own manifest.mf file.

    Lenwolf

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