People over at the haiku-development mailing list is talking about it a lot now. Seems like several people are contemplating on a new "default" IDE for Haiku, but choice is always welcome. -----Original Message----- From: haiku-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:haiku-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dennis Catt Sent: 6. oktober 2009 03:11 To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [haiku] Haiku R1 Alpha: Impressed... I am curious about the current replacement for BeIDE? Gang, So I finally checked out Haiku R1 Alpha over the weekend and I was very impressed. It's to feel a FAST and (almost) SOLID operating system again. I didn't install it yet (just ran the Live CD on a laptop) on one of my dedicated BeOS machines, but I plan to this coming weekend and see what else is working/not working. I was curious about who is using what in replacement of BeIDE for application development. I saw a thread about DarkWyrm's Paladin, but I wanted to know what is recommended for application development as far as an IDE is concerned?