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From Patrick Lightbody <>
Subject Re: [OT] IDE Haters (Was Re: Logging in MailReader 1.3)
Date Fri, 09 Dec 2005 18:14:55 GMT
We check in our IDEA project files, which includes the code standards.
Everyone uses those iml and ipr files.

On 12/9/05, Ted Husted <> wrote:
> On 12/9/05, Patrick Lightbody <> wrote:
> >I can press
> > ctrl-enter and surround a method with a try/catch block and know that
> > my catch block is logging the exception properly without even typing
> > anything.
> I think my favorites are just managing the import statements,
> identifying unused members, and precompiling the code as I work. It's
> now very rare for me to run a make and have it fail. If it was going
> to fail, IDEA would have told me that already. And, of course,
> intelligent renaming of members simply rocks!
> With IDEA 5, I also like the way it tracks the exception stack now.
> There was a couple places in MailReader where we weren't catching all
> the thrown exceptions, but IDEA pointed those out during the
> refactoring. I often feel like I'm pair-programming with Commander
> Data. :)
> In my day job, we also use the code formatting extensively, so that we
> are sure that everything is absolutely consistent.
> Something I'd like to do is come up with a standard code setting for
> IDEA that we could all load up when working here. Of course, we could
> have a similar setup for Eclipse too.
> Is there something like that for WebWork, Patrick?
> -Ted.
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