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He is right. IDEA also lacks support of PHP, Basic and C. ;)

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Except that about 1000 times as many people use C, PHP, and Basic as use AspectJ...

--Dave Griffith

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Now, I don't know who this Deblauwe guy is, but he needs to look around again, if he thinks "many users will stop using their beloved IDE" for the lack of AspectJ support.

At most, he could say IDEA would win 5 or 6 more customers if it had AspectJ support.

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Oh no: the aspectj marketing machine is back again :).

Do we really need to go tru' this every 10 months?

Ahmed.

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Tom <noname@jetbrains.com> wrote:

He is right. IDEA also lacks support of PHP, Basic and C. ;)


It especially lacks support for Ruby and Groovy.

By the way, I really liked the introduction about writing custom plugins
for other languages. If I just had more time for all the things I like
to play with...

Best,

Dirk Dittert

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