I've been using Idea for around 2 years now, and I've just realised that I'm
writing less and less system documentation.
As a one-man team, the documentation has really just been for my own
benefit - UML diagrams explaining the more compex parts of my application's
architecture, sometimes backed up by a couple of paragraphs of text.
Now I've got used to Idea though, I can very quickly work through a
sub-system to find out what's happening. Well-structured code with good
comments is easy to navigate by ctrl-clicking on the method names.
This hasn't been a deliberate move by myself, I think it just is that the
requirement isn't there anymore - I never think "I'd better document this so
I can understand it again in 6 mths time".
Has anybody else found this?