I usually eschew IDEs since they seem to get in the way of programming rather than really helping. CodeGuide seems to have gotten the balance right -- at least for my way of writing code.
Top 5 Things I really like (among many):
- On-the-fly compiling as you type so errors are flagged immediately - excellent code completion (with javadoc access) - excellent Ant integration - very good refactoring support - Executes on Windoze, OS X and Linux
There are a bunch of things I think could use improving, but that's a much smaller list than with other IDEs I've used.
Originally posted by Sonny Pondrom: Is anyone having a problem using Eclispe on OS X? If not, see my post @ IDE's and other tools.
How do you right click an apple mouse?
[ May 14, 2004: Message edited by: Sonny Pondrom ]
Well I've tried using Eclipse on my PB. And since Panther neither 2.x nor 3.x (tried several of the milestone releases) works properly. They all install fine: but none recognise Java anymore- ie they don't syntax highlight or treat Java as anything other than a plain text file.
So when I noticed IntelliJ was on special offer ($140 or thereabouts) over Easter a bought a copy of that.
posted 15 years ago
They all [Eclipse] install fine: but none recognise Java anymore- ie they don't syntax highlight or treat Java as anything other than a plain text file.
I don't see that problem, if fact I can see small colored images show many properties
The editor includes the following features: Syntax highlighting Content/code assist Code formatting Import assistance Quick fix Integrated debugging features [ May 27, 2004: Message edited by: Sonny Pondrom ]