Oracle submits standards proposal to Java group

http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/appdev/story/0,10801,75831,00.html

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So far, Oracle has announced support for its proposed "Standard Extension API for Integrated Development Environments" from only
three vendors -- Sun, Macromedia Inc. and JetBrains Inc.
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My question is will you change IDEA's open API completely due to the Oracle proposal ?
If not could you please explain what does this article mean ?


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Vlad Kamensky,
@Business SPb.


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Personally I am skeptical of this going anywhere.
Unless we want all our IDE's to look just like Eclipse (which some
think is a good idea). An open API is very tied in with the architecture
of the IDE.

Vladislav Kamensky wrote:

http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/appdev/story/0,10801,75831,00.html

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So far, Oracle has announced support for its proposed "Standard Extension API for Integrated Development Environments" from only
three vendors -- Sun, Macromedia Inc. and JetBrains Inc.
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My question is will you change IDEA's open API completely due to the Oracle proposal ?
If not could you please explain what does this article mean ?


--
Vlad Kamensky,
@Business SPb.



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