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@RantSomeWhere proper IDE? Eclipse is only a bit better than netbeans.
@RantSomeWhere we use that at school. But since two students started managing this project, they chose eclipse.
I dislike working with Java anyways.
endor61132yYou should learn git on your own man, it's actually easier than it seems. Look up the beginner guide on Atlassian, it's really well made and great for learning the basics!
You should also make a private repo on GitLab and have the others join it, so you can all learn the basic Git workflow. Once you get it, it's a breeze.
And if a professor asks for the code, just copy the files on a usb stick and ram it up his ass!
(Sidenote: GitHub is cool too, though private repos are not free unless you get the student pack)