Re: Eclipse: Folding Code Blocks More Specific Than Methods?
On 5/2/13 10:30 AM, Steve wrote:
I'm new to Eclipse.
I haven't found a way to fold blocks of code in Java smaller than a method.
I have a legacy project to maintain with huge and frequent nested
conditionals. Refractoring is not an option at this point.
Perhaps "refactoring" isn't an option, but "clean-as-you-go" should
always be an option. For instance, "introduce method" is invaluable for
nested/confusing conditionals or ugly blocks of code.
Can anyone suggest an alternative?
I have nothing against eclipse, other than I haven't really used it. I
have found IntelliJ to be a great and worthwhile IDE, to the point where
I would use it even if it wasn't "standard" or "supported" on the
projects I was working on.
I already have a better IDE, but I want to get used to using Eclipse for
a while because it seems to be an industry standard.
Meh. It's free and better than Visual Studios and xcode combined. That
doesn't mean its a good IDE, it just means its "above average".
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