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Sorry, this is a duplicate of
http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=273115

which I posted because I couldn't post here - newsreader problem, probably.
Sorry for the cross-posting.

kind regards,

Messi

Messi wrote:

Hi all,

I posted a few impressions of using NetBeans from the perspective of an
(avid) IDEA-user on:
http://techthoughts-iterator.blogspot.com

It's not a comparison, just impressions, but quite in favor of IDEA -
just if you're interested.

kind regards,

Messi

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The only advantages (I know) of Netbeans over IDEA are:
- Netbeans uses a docking framework
- it has a more state of the art GUI editor (baseline support)

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Given Matisse is open source, I wonder if anyones looked at what it
would take to extract/modify/wrap it to plugin into IntelliJ as a
plugin?

On 2008-02-21 20:53:08 +1300, Tom <noname@jetbrains.com> said:

The only advantages (I know) of Netbeans over IDEA are:
- Netbeans uses a docking framework
- it has a more state of the art GUI editor (baseline support)



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Try to extract the docking framework and you will have to integrate half of
Netbeans into your application.

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Why not shock the world and instead of rewritting your IDE and basing
it on Eclipse base it on the Netbeans platform . On 2008-02-22 01:19:10 +1300, Tom ]]> said:

Try to extract the docking framework and you will have to integrate
half of Netbeans into your application.



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