Like a lot of people here, I buy IDEA with my own money for use at work, where my co-workers use a company-provided IDE. Now that we've switched to JDK 5, my co-workers are starting to take advantage of SuppressWarnings annotations, which are not always compatabile with those in IDEA.
It would be nice if there was a way to map Eclipse or Netbeans SuppressWarnings tags to those supported by IDEA.
In a lot of cases, IDEA has 3 or 4 different warnings for a single, more generic, warning in Eclipse, so I don't know how practical this would be. Is this something that would be useful to others? Is there a technical or logical limitation that I'm just not seeing?