I currently find IntelliJ a bit hard to edit in given that there is no save on close and that reverting certain lines to previous versions from VCS while leaving others alone is tricky (one has to go through changes, open a separate file diff, search for changes, .the do the manual diff and replace) whereas in this one particular feature eclipse beats IntelliJ hands down. In Eclipse on can just right click the change in the editor and choose revert block (or line) and its done. No change view, no diff, just done. Now that is change management "with pleasure".
Is there a plug-in that allows this or will a near future version of IntelliJ do this be default?
Also, I really miss having the pop-up when I hover the mouse pointer over a method call or type. I don't want to have to hit a key or anything, just hover.
I like the completion speed in eclipse and there are more refactoring tools, but I might just have to use it for only those things and the coverage / analysis tools as the editor is a bit of an acquired taste that I still find a bit bitter.