Is anyone else using the Scala WorkSheet functionality? I'm doing a 30 day experiment with IntelliJ after using Scala-IDE for Eclipse now for the last three years; especially it's Scala Worksheet since it was initially released. I have become completely addicted to the Eclipse version of the Scala worksheet. I am trying to use the IntelliJ version with the same level of zeal...and am running into issue after issue.
For example, here's my latest issue. This simple code's last line is resulting in an "java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: scala.Predef$.$conforms()Lscala/Predef$$less$colon$less":
val a = List(1, 2, 3)
val b = List("a", "b", "c")
val z = a.zip(b)
val m = z.toMap
I have opened a ticket but haven't seen any activity on it. To remain productive, I have had to move back to Eclipse to use it's Scala WorkSheet. I was really enjoying how IntelliJ was working for my Scala needs. But, I cannot take it seriously for my development productivity cycles without the WorkSheet working at a much higher level. And I'm certainly less likely to drop the $200 for a personal license...or recommend it to the group of developers I am leading from Java into Scala.
Any constructive feedback on this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.