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DreEleven
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When you finally see the light....

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  • 0
    Alternative title: When you decide to become a paypig.
  • 3
    @nitnip you know I actually forgot you had to pay for it. 😆 in all honesty I don't pay for their products, student account.
  • 5
    @nitnip there is a free community edition
  • 3
    @nitnip tell me you’re uninformed without telling me you’re uninformed… there’s student, community, and they toss out licenses if you’re working on open source. So nice try
  • 1
    Once you get the "Idea" you never go back!
  • 1
    @ScribeOfGoD, it's a shitpos not a real opinion.
  • 3
    Yep, that is the only non-game software i actually pay for. JetBrains' IDEs are simply the best. Levels ahead of Visual Studio and Eclipse. If you can afford it, and are coding multiple days a week, it is definitely worth it - doesn't matter whether for professional or hobby use.
  • 1
    It's fine but in reality I haven't yet seen an IDE that doesn't piss me off. Feels like they're mainly optimised to get in the way all the fucking time.

    But at least the editor is smooth. Maybe the VS Code devs should take some notes...if they manage to do it through all the input lag.
  • 1
    @deadlyRants If you don't use a day configuring your IDE before you actually use it, you are probably doing it wrong. There are so many features and stuff, that it is highly unlikely that you will like all of them at all or in their standard configuration. Turn off what you don't want. Configure, what you want. The color scheme and shortcuts i had to customize in every IDE so far.
  • 2
    @Oktokolo Nah, it's just not my cup of tea. Could I make all those changes? Maybe, but the end result would be a bloated text editor with a loading screen.

    IntelliJ has the best IDEs I've used, but I find those programs a bit distracting and annoying in general.

    I'll just go back to yelling at clouds lol.
  • 1
    @deadlyRants If all you want is just a colorful text editor, any IDE might indeed be overkill.

    But i would still advise against using cloud-based text editors for coding too...
  • 0
    @ScribeOfGoD I ain't a student. Community doesn't exist for all their products. I do not work in open source.
  • 0
    @nitnip then maybe the product ain’t for you? It’s not hard to support a developer 🤷‍♂️
  • 1
    Am using sublime for most things.. but I pay for jetbrains' licence just because it's the absolute best ide you can find (and dat refactoring tools)
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