Im not primarily a java programmer. (I mostly do C++, C#) But I do know enough Java to code decently in it. It also helps that Java syntax isn't that much different. But, Im not a java pro, and its not one of my long term goals to become one. So my dilemma, and im sure, the dilemma of many others, is that Eclipse, and Netbeans are INSANELY complicated. Would it be retardedly difficult to create a bukkit - specific IDE? Even like tweaking notepad++ to do it would be fantastic. It would be banging to have an IDE that just made sure bukkit was linked in the code, that java SDK was being used, and that could maybe - but not necessarily - implement github (in an intuitive way - github is confusing. forks and commits, what? wheres the map? lol!). ya know, think about it. click file - open project. Browse to minecart mania, clik ok, and bam! code! change it up, make it better, then save or compile it! hooray! maybe even put it on github. All this without the 90% of eclipse that has nothing whatsoever to do with bukkit mod development -That baloney that pops up every time you open, import, export, create, or save a bit of code. Basically I don't want to have to be a java pro to create plugins. I just want to do it. Hopefully some Java pro out there could do this - I would even gladly help. Notepad++ is written in C++ actually, so . . .