Re: A good IDE??
From: Darrell Grainger (darrell_at_NOMORESPAMcs.utoronto.ca.com)
Date: 26 Jul 2004 14:06:27 GMT
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Thomas G. Marshall wrote:
> Arjen Wiersma <firstname.lastname@example.org> coughed up the following:
> > Jacob <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Most developers I know whould use (X)Emacs,
> >> possibly with the JDEE environment installed.
> >> Yet, I haven't seen it listed in this
> >> discussion, nor through the fine links provided.
> > I agree... I personally use GNU Emacs for all my editing, Java, C++,
> > C#, PHP and Perl as well as structured documents and such.
> > According to 'The Pragmatic Programmer' (page 80) it is best to learn
> > 1 editor very well as opposed to learning many tools to deal with
> > different kinds of formats.
> > And I must agree with that statement, just knowing one editor very
> > well, Emacs in my case, makes you extremely productive :)
> > Emacs also facilitates Debugging for java, both local and remote.
> > Refactoring I tend to do in Eclipse.... it has some extremely good
> > tools for it.
> FWIW (almost nothing), I abosolutely can not stand eclipse. Yet I
> continually use it, mostly because I am afraid that I must be "missing
> something" to find it as horrid as I do.
What do you hate about Eclipse? I have just started using it. I find the
auto-complete to be a bit of a bother. I'll type ( and it will put a
closing ) automatically. This causes me to have to jump to the end and add
the semicolon. A few times I have forgotten the semicolon because of this.
Not really critical as it gets caught when I run but annoying none the
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