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[vox] what java compiler to use?



I've noticed that there are several Java compilers and IDE's out there. 
One of the reasons I use Linux is that most of the time I think that
free/open source  software makes a lot of sense.  I've used the JDK on
Windows in the past, but now that I'm more "enlightened" I am not sure
if I want to use the JDK.  I haven't read the JDK software license, but
it looks scary.  I could click "ok" and disregard it, or I could look or
a "free" Java environment.  But it looks like the "free" Java compilers
can't keep up with the JDK in terms of features and compatibility.  

So... I am curious what Java compiler or IDE y'all use and if you even
care about licensing, etc.

Charles


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