Some thoughts

I think it'd be a nice feature to (optionally) have IDEA automatically update the javadoc of a method (@param xxx) whenever I add a new parameter to the method

And what about adding a toolbar button for project settings - next to IDEA settings button perhaps. It's slightly annoying to switch to projects view to go module settings (and I don't wanna waste the precious horizontal screen space just to add modules visible in packages-view nor do I like to go settings --> paths), but maybe it's just me

Lastly I'd also like having ">" auto-inserted after typing "<", though I guess this is in todo list already..?

btw. Is it really necessary to constantly read lib/icons.jar something like 10 times every second (watching with sysinternals file monitor) Not such a big deal but I thought to point it out anyways.

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amannis schrieb:

I think it'd be a nice feature to (optionally) have IDEA automatically update the javadoc of a method (@param xxx) whenever I add a new parameter to the method


Such completely automatic ways are not really idea-like (and I really wouldn't like the plethora of empty javadoc with
no value whatsoever, that would unfailingly result from it). I'd very much like a quickfix though "add javadoc for
parameter".

And what about adding a toolbar button for project settings - next to IDEA settings button perhaps. It's slightly annoying to switch to projects view to go module settings (and I don't wanna waste the precious horizontal screen space just to add modules visible in packages-view nor do I like to go settings --> paths), but maybe it's just me

I have never cared. But maybe two different menu items would be nice. Then you could customize the toolbar yourself.

Lastly I'd also like having ">" auto-inserted after typing "<", though I guess this is in todo list already..?

In xml files, you mean? Right, editing in xml files is so different from java source editing - I have always wondered why.

btw. Is it really necessary to constantly read lib/icons.jar something like 10 times every second (watching with sysinternals file monitor) Not such a big deal but I thought to point it out anyways.

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>In xml files, you mean? Right, editing in xml files is so

different from java source editing - I have always
wondered why.

Nope, just in java-files when using generics. The auto-completion of closing tags in xml-files is very nice.

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