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kalambong



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kalambong
http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/acb/codebubbles_site.htm

Code Bubble is an IDE for Java.

Its departure from any other IDE is on the concept of fragments instead of files.

They have a demo on You-Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsPX0nElJ0k

I am still reading the page as I type this message, and still trying to digest the new concept.

Maybe the gurus here can digest the concept better than me, and share with us your opinions.

Thank you !
Post 11 Mar 2010, 04:07
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revolution
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Just seems to be non-overlapping windows, like an MDI setup without the chance to overlap. And I can't see how the auto-reflow thing would work well for assembly.
Post 11 Mar 2010, 04:13
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kalambong



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I have a small brain that isn't made to think big things Smile

Which means I need some time to digest the whole thing.
Post 11 Mar 2010, 04:23
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It is an interesting feature to visualize/browse code. I'm not so sure I would like to use it as the main programming interface, though.
Post 11 Mar 2010, 04:34
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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
It is an interesting feature to visualize/browse code. I'm not so sure I would like to use it as the main programming interface, though.
I feel the same.

Could be very useful when debugging and digging into codebases, also for bugfixes in your own codebase. But as the main *programming* view? Nah.

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Post 12 Mar 2010, 16:51
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kalambong



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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
It is an interesting feature to visualize/browse code. I'm not so sure I would like to use it as the main programming interface, though.
f0dder wrote:
LocoDelAssembly wrote:
It is an interesting feature to visualize/browse code. I'm not so sure I would like to use it as the main programming interface, though.
I feel the same.

Could be very useful when debugging and digging into codebases, also for bugfixes in your own codebase. But as the main *programming* view? Nah.


What if, an IDE that contains an option to enable the "Code Bubbles" style of code snippet views for debugging purpose, but the main window would still be one that with *Programming* in mind?
Post 14 Mar 2010, 09:41
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kalambong wrote:
What if, an IDE that contains an option to enable the "Code Bubbles" style of code snippet views for debugging purpose, but the main window would still be one that with *Programming* in mind?
Yep, that could be pretty useful - and I wouldn't be surprised if that's how it actually works (wasn't Eclipse mentioned in the codebubbles video?)
Post 14 Mar 2010, 11:34
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f0dder wrote:
LocoDelAssembly wrote:
It is an interesting feature to visualize/browse code. I'm not so sure I would like to use it as the main programming interface, though.
I feel the same.
As if someone prevents from using both ways (and at the same time!)
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