|Re: [ide-dev] Java IDEs comparison|
development using the great eclipse installer:
OOPS, so, why does it not show the nice icon used in the
installer in my taskbar:
OK, never mind. Let's create and open a JS project. Huh,
no code completion or navigation support. Maybe I have to look
into the project settings:
Hmm, what can I say...
Hm, oh, what to choose here??? Sorry, that's the point where I give
up. I don't think I have time now to try 6 different solution for
TypeScript to make a decision which one to use...
... I am afraid this will go on an on. If I compare this to the
experience of installing JetBrains products, eclipse has a long
way to go...
Don't get me wrong! I love eclipse and I really wish I could
use eclipse for my daily work, but installing a production environment
and setting things up for multiple languages is soo painful. I
simply don't have the time for doing this and I happily
spend 389 Euro/Year for all JetBrain products.... (I would
spend that or more an an eclipse based solution if it would be
I think it is the forces of the market: JetBrains will run out
of business if they don't supply what their customer need. Eclipse
on the other hand provides what the bazaar of the open source
market can produce.
I really, really hope that eclipse conquer back some ground
and becomes really strong! There are so many great things
in the eclipse eco system that I miss (most of all: mylyn)
On 2016-09-09 15:09, Michael Scharf wrote:
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