Greetings faithful Mac programmers, I have a series of two questions for anyone familiar with programming using the Eclipse and Visual Studio IDEs. a) I created an environment in Eclipse through Windows XP and it is stored on a remote Windows server. I mounted a disk on OS X to access this remote location, and I can successfully see all of the data on that volume. However, when I attempt to tell Eclipse that my workstation is in that directory, it spits out an error message that the workstation is already in use (when it isn't, since it was 2 AM when I tried it and I had it open nowhere else on campus). Is Eclipse on OS X just playing poorly with the Windows directory or is this a competely unrelated issue and something else entirely? b) How well is the cross-platform integration for a program like REAL Basic? I am in a Visual Basic course that programs on the Windows-only Visual Studio IDE (no SQL databasing yet, but it is possible we might go into that this term). Could I safely program in OS X through REAL Basic and have it load up without any questions in Visual Studio on a Windows machine? Thanks in advance.