|Re: [ide-dev] Java IDEs comparison|
On 09/10/2016 12:04 AM, Michael Scharf wrote:
Can you please report it as an enhancement request against EPP? That's an interesting debate IMO, so it's something that requires some structured tracking.OOPS, so, why does it not show the nice icon used in the
installer in my taskbar
Eclipse IDE often aims at being a single IDE that does everything (a polyglot IDE let's say), whereas JetBrains require you to have 2 different IDEs for 2 different languages. Not sure which one is better. Let's continue this on a bug.
Navigation is known to be missing ATM (because JSDT was in a too bad state to provide it together with support for ES6 with the amount of resources it receives), completion should work. if not already done, please open a bug for that.OK, never mind. Let's create and open a JS project. Huh,
no code completion or navigation support.
[wrong test alignment]
If not already done, please open bugs for those.[Insanely small fonts]
IIRC, the JSDT projects aims at providing some support for TypeScript out-of-the-box ASAP (which unfortunately doesn't necessary mean soon). Then users won't have to struggle with choosing another plugin.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 believe for JS, there are some Eclipse-based solutions that are cheaper, did you try them?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
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