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So it's C++? Nothing surprised! I used to want to team up with fryshke because I have never seen IDE slowness or lagging to the extent you described with either Java nor C#, but if it's C++ then everything is reasonable now. We are both right. The fight is overEclipse CDT is much worse. CLion was better but I can still get work done faster without the intellisense and C++Builder... well, I didn't expect much anyway. Since version 6 it has been downhill all the way
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It is amusing how it pretty much did a full circle and now we are back where we started. With Microsoft's own Java release:I was all on board with Java, before Microsoft kinda broke Java, during the late '90s/early 21st century Sun Microsystems vs. Microsoft wars.
Thanks for replying. I think this will probably soon be almost-forgotten by history, but I still remember when Microsoft paid over $20 million dollars US to Sun for their predatory breach-of-contract lawsuits in 2002, and laughed all the way to the bank. $20 million dollars was chicken-feed to Microsoft and everyone knew it, although Sun might have been a bit late to the party in figuring that out. Nobody cared that M$ broke laws and openly engaged in criminal predatory business practices. Civil litigation means little-or-nothing to the rich and mighty, and their big-money PR departments can easily spin the story however they like.It is amusing how it pretty much did a full circle and now we are back where we started. With Microsoft's own Java release:
The Microsoft Build of OpenJDK is a new no-cost long-term supported distribution and Microsoft’s new way to collaborate and contribute to the Java ecosystem.www.microsoft.com
It is almost sad to think that Java is no longer cool enough for Microsoft to try to fsck up. Though it is still early days and Microsoft is consistently flailing about.
Assuming that this isn't just the chips talking, I generally agree. It is basically exactly what Java would have been if it had been cleanly rewritten around the same time C# wasIn fairness C# outgrew its Java origins, and is significantly better in some ways nowadays.