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Why do all code editors look the same? — Medium
A really good idea for a code editor: open new contexts as a pile of windows call rrespondong to the stack of what you ate doing.
programming  ide  via:HackerNews 
august 2014 by mcherm
JetBrains Delights the Python Community with a Free Edition of its Famous IDE, PyCharm 3.0 | JetBrains PyCharm Blog
JetBrains makes their Python IDE (PyCharm) available in a slightly-less-capable open source version (like they did with IntelliJ Idea).
python  ide  JetBrains  opensource  intellij  via:reddit 
september 2013 by mcherm
IDEWTF « Luke Palmer
"Programming IDEs have a lousy interface compared to powerful tools like photoshop." By the way, I disagree. Maybe I'm spoiled because I use IntelliJ IDEA.
programming  tools  ide 
october 2010 by mcherm
IntelliJ IDEA Open Sourced | JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Blog
Wow!!! IntelliJ IDEA to be released as open source!! (A paid version will still exist.)
intellij  opensource  programming  java  scala  ide  eclipse 
october 2009 by mcherm
To IDE Or Not To IDE : Technology As If People Mattered
One person's commentary on how much it is safe to rely on an IDE and how it relates to the law of leaky abstractions.
ide  programming  RussOlsen 
august 2008 by mcherm
The Problem of Perspective Multiplicity - Code Commit
Eclipse has "perspectives" - a cool feature, but now there are so many that it introduces some difficulty in using it. Other IDEs don't have this problem.
ide  programming  eclipse 
june 2008 by mcherm
Stevey's Blog Rants: Code's Worst Enemy
Steve Yegge writes about his own code base became too big. He claims having too much code is a very bad (and common) problem. He claims that languages like Java are the solution, and that contrary to what most claim, good IDEs aren't the solution. He says
via:del.icio.us  programming  languagedesign  languages  blogentry  mypostings  java  jvm  ide  javascript 
december 2007 by mcherm
The IDE Divide
Argues that power = language + IDE. For some languages, the language is powerful but the IDE is weak. For some it's the other way around. Good essay.
personal_net  programming  languages  ide  languagedesign 
october 2006 by mcherm
Language Workbenches: The Killer-App for Domain Specific Languages?
An article describing "little languages" and claiming that there are new and better IDEs that make them a much more useful tool today or in the near future.
articles/programming  little_languages  domain_specific_languages  programming  fowler  ide 
june 2005 by mcherm

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