InfoWorld: Linux lands a top-tier Java IDEJan 30, 2000, 15:51 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Todd Sundsted)
"JBuilder 3 Foundation for Linux is a Linux version of a pre-existing Microsoft Windows and Sun Solaris Java IDE. The package offers the same functionality and ease of use as the Windows version, but does not include any new features."
"For companies with Java developers working on different platforms, switching projects from one OS to another can be tricky. But with the release of JBuilder 3 Foundation for Linux, a free Java IDE (integrated development environment) from Inprise, your developers can now use the platform they prefer and still collaborate on projects. By introducing this software you'll have the flexibility to invite Linux users into your Java development projects."
"JBuilder for Linux is essentially a Linux version of Inprise's JBuilder Foundation (which is also available for free on Microsoft Windows and Sun Solaris), known as one of the top Java development tools on the market. The package looks and feels like its Windows cousin -- right down to the keyboard accelerators -- so if you're familiar with JBuilder for Windows, you won't have any difficulty using the Linux product."