first time ever, found something I like better about eclipse Follow
In eclipse if you want to know what jar a class is in ctrl-shift-T will show you the full path to the jar in your search results.
Intellij makes you click "include non-project classes" and then navigate to the class, then hover over the classes tab to see the jar. And if you are using Jad this doesn't work and are left with no solution that I know of.
Is there a better way?
If not, I'm going to file a feature request.
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IDEA shows complete path to the active editor file at main frame title - check the screenshot below:
I am not using Eclipse: What is ctrl-shift-t?
In IDEA when you have invoked ctrl-n (go to class), then after you have selected a class with up/down (but before actually navigating there), you can hit ctrl-alt-f12 - see attachment.
If you select from there it will open a windows explorer (or whatever your OS's equivalent is).
You can also hit alt-f1 1 while the go-to-dialog is open, that will take you to the class in the project tree - with the jar node as an ancestor.
On 13.08.2010 00:52, phil swenson wrote:
yep, these work but take several more step than eclipse. eclipse is ctrl-shift-t and scroll through the list: http://grab.by/5TAK