Scrapbook functionality in IDEA ???

Hello,

does IDEA already have a scrapbook functionality like eclipse jdt 2.1 e.g.?

Is there a comparison between the feature sets of IDEA and other IDEs like: jbuilder, netbeans, eclipse jdt?

At the end a simple one: How do i pronounce IDEA? Like "idea" or "I.D.E.A"?

Thanks in advance, Leif

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On Thu, 5 Dec 2002 10:10:17 +0000 (UTC), Hanack
<jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote:

>does IDEA already have a scrapbook functionality like eclipse jdt 2.1 e.g.?

Can you describe that functionality to us?

Maybe this plugin has some of that functionality:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ScratchPad

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Sorry,

the scrapbook functionality is part of Visual Age for Java, as well as of eclipse JDT.

It is a "page" where you can write/enter code-snipplets and run them immediately without explicit compile them.

Sample-Page:

java.text.SimpleDateFormat sdf = new java.text.SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMMdd");
System.out.println( sdf.parse("2002111") );

After selecting the desired code-block you are able to select a run button an see the result in an output window.

I found this one usefull for quickly checking functionality etc.

Thanks in advance, Leif

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"Hanack" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> a ?crit dans le message de news:
5120487.1039167464888.JavaMail.jrun@is.intellij.net...

Sorry,
the scrapbook functionality is part of Visual Age for Java, as well as of

eclipse JDT.

It is a "page" where you can write/enter code-snipplets and run them

immediately without explicit compile them.

Sample-Page:
java.text.SimpleDateFormat sdf = new

java.text.SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMMdd");

System.out.println( sdf.parse("2002111") );
After selecting the desired code-block you are able to select a run button

an see the result in an output window.

I found this one usefull for quickly checking functionality etc.


Maybe you could use the BeanShell pluggin.
I think it has the functionality you're looking for.
You can write some Java code and execute it as you would interpret any other
script language in a console.

Guillaume


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