I've just installed IntelliJ 9 and then imported all my Eclipse projects...everything went fine. I'm pretty impressed with IDEA so far, works very fast and smooth.
Problem is when I want to run something, IDEA will not let me as long as there are errors in some of the classes.
The projects imported are around 2000 classes..and many of the errors I never bothered to correct since Eclipse didn't care.
Even classes with errors it would run as long as the methods being used didnt have errors.
They are not being used anyway or I didn't have time to figure out what to do with them. Deleting them is not an option before careful consideration
and that would take time. Fixing each and every error would take time.
So my question is: is it possible to let IDEA compile what it CAN compile, then run what's there ?
I foresee some problems even if I have totally error free code..someone commits code with error, and because of that others can no longer run
their tests (or whatever). Even the slightest little error in the smallest insignificant class breaks a 2000 classes project..is there really no way around this ?