recommended IDE for developing openjdk?
christoph.langer at sap.com
Mon Jan 18 09:46:02 UTC 2021
while I won't argue about the fanciness of the Eclipse user interface (), I'd like to point you to a set of Eclipse projects that I created nevertheless...
You'll find them here: https://github.com/RealCLanger/OpenJDKEclipseProjects
The main benefit of these Eclipse projects is that the projects for all modules and tests are linked together so you will immediately recognize errors in dependencies. I think that doesn't work so well with IntelliJ.
Another hint: There's a mailing list called ide-support-dev where questions around IDE support can get discussed.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: discuss <discuss-retn at openjdk.java.net> On Behalf Of Clemens
> Sent: Freitag, 15. Januar 2021 21:33
> To: discuss at openjdk.java.net
> Subject: recommended IDE for developing openjdk?
> About 10 years ago I used eclipse to work on OpenJDK, however I would like
> to get rid of it because of its slow/ugly user interface.
> I wonder, are there any recommendations which IDE to use these days?
> I gave IntelliJ a try but having not used it that much (except for some
> fairly standard maven based projects) I failed to configure it correctly,
> however I haven't tried Netbeans still.
> So to make it short: Which IDE is known to cope well with working on the
> OpenJDK codebase?
> And are there detailed instructions available for creating an openjdk
> project with intellij?
> Or would I be better off using netbeans?
> Thank, Clemens
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