If the remote server is "close" enough to you, network-wise, you may be able to get away with just running a local X server (there are several for Win) and running Eclipse on the server displaying locally.


In reply to Re: IDE for Remote Coding/Testing by fullermd
in thread IDE for Remote Coding/Testing by temporal

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