Originally posted by Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj:
It takes me almost 30 minutes for intelliJ to get started on my machine and even after that subsequent actions that I do once firing up the IDE also takes a lot of time. Before I get fedup did anyone here also face the same problems?
Nope. But, 30 minutes is really long.
Check that your project directory is local and not on the network.
Also, increasing the max memory for IJ might help.
To remove the plugins, go to Settings -> Plugins. Right click on any plugin shown in the list of installed plugins and choose Disable (or Uninstall, can't remember).
Can anyone also point me to some references on how to run JUnit tests with intelliJ? I'm not able to find enough reference materials on the net for using intelliJ.
To run a JUnit test, you first write a JUnit test class, of course, right-click on the file in the Project tab, and choose "Run XXXTest" (where XXXTest is the name of your class, of course.)
Guys, could you please offer me your suggestion as to which one to buy among,
IntelliJ IDEA or MyEclipse Workbench Professional Edition
I have been so used to Eclipse and I find it much difficult to get adopted to IntelliJ's features and environment. My main consideration is to work with Maven in these IDE's. I have not explored on how the new MyEclipse Workbench supports Maven with it's all new Maven4MyEclipse plugin. Anyone has already tried it, please share your views on it.