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Old 02-13-2009, 05:58 PM   #15
Hikash
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No one has mentioned it yet, but I'll throw it out there (even though I hate it), but eclipse is a decent IDE for java, and it has plugins for other languages as well (looks like there's a c# plugin).

Having never really used the XNA stuff, I'd recommend taking a look at that.

Me personally, I stick with the command line and a copy of Visual Studio .net 2003 for all of my development, but most of my development also runs through ant, so, there you go. (btw, from my experience, I'd say ant is a valuable tool to learn as well).
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