On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 9:42 AM, Clemens Oertel <clemens.oer...@gmail.com>wrote:

> I don't think it's necessary to make a final decision about your IDE
> at any time. AFAIK, all major IDEs work quite well with Maven's pom
> files, so it's very easy to switch IDEs at any time.

WOAAAH!!!!  I beg to differ.   Actually some IDEs work much better with
Maven pom's than others.  It depends on how you like to arrange your
projects and work on them.  (At work, the IntelliJ users get a much
different feel for multi-module projects than Eclipse users).

As you said in the lower portion, choosing an IDE is more about what you're
comfortable with.   As I know Eclipse the best I am most productive in it
(being a plugin contributor helps here ;) ).  I have coded scala in a text
editor (and sometimes resort to that at times), but in general I am more
efficient in eclipse as I began to "think in eclipse" when I code.  I'm
positive this is different for different users.

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