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From Larry Meadors <>
Date Wed, 04 May 2005 17:08:02 GMT
It takes a while to really get into IDEA, once you do, everything else feels 
like notepad or gedit. :-)

XML editing? Got it, complete with tag and attribute completion.
JSP editing? Got it, and it is as good as or better than the netbeans editor 
(that says alot).
Java editing? Almost really does make your code better.
Refactoring? Ohhhh baby!

The only things that I can think of that it *could* do better are SVN 
support (but with tortoise svn, you do not really need that) and code 
folding in non-java files (jEdit still rules in that area).

Other than those, it is darn near perfect.


On 5/3/05, Frank W. Zammetti <> wrote:
> On Tue, May 3, 2005 1:06 pm, Ted Husted said:
> > The JetBrains IDEA is so good, it's spooky.
> >
> > It's like pair-programming with Commander Data. :)
> If I had Data around I'd just let him do all the work and pick up the fat
> management check :)
> That's pretty much what Picard did all those years now that I think about
> it :)
> Seriously though, what features do you find to be exceptionally good? I
> took a peak some time ago and thought it looked OK, but apparently you
> found some especially interesting things...
> Frank
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