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Nov 21, 2007 10:57am
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

Hey there. We’re looking for some help determining what people would like to see in the SDK in the future. What is the SDK lacking? What parts are confusing or irrelevant. What would you like to see in the next release?

Jan 2, 2008 4:55pm
Img_missing_medium digital1 32 posts

Can you look into OSX compatibility a little bit more and make the SDK more stable? I have been running into probs getting projects created due to stability. I know some of it is due to Eclipse itself (Eclipse seems kinda buggy and weird at times for me anyways in my experience in Windows/Mac OSX dev.) Just my 0.02

Jan 11, 2008 5:18pm
Img_missing_medium yye00 4 posts

I wouldn’t mind better stability on 64 bit machines considering most of the new platforms are 64 bit machines. I am not sure if you can do something about this or not. My experience is that Dragonfly is more stable on AMD 64 bit with sun java (64 bit) than on intel core 2 Duo (with 64 bit sun java). For now, I can use Dragonfly on my fedora 8 AMD box so I am content.

Jan 13, 2008 4:42am
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

digital1, I feel your pain. In fact I run linux under parallels when I develop on my mac. I’ve "ranted" a few times on bugblogger.com IRT Eclipse/Mac. 3.3 is certainly better, but is still unstable. Is it Java? Is it Eclipse? Is it Dragonfly? Certainly we will work on increasing stability for our SDK. If you know of any problems that our SDK introduce into Eclipse/Mac please file a bugzilla if you have time.

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