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Subject: Re: What is highest priority for Scala to succeed in corporate world
(Should be in scala-debate?) ?
From: bryan hunt <sentimental.br...@gmail.com>
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Have you been using Netbeans to compile real world projects? My
experience of Scala Netbeans integration is:
The guy who was maintaining the plug-in left 2 years ago and that it
currently chokes on anything more serious than Hello World.
Scala-IDE, the Eclipse plugin while not quite there compared to
Eclipse's Java support is still WAAAEEEEY ahead of the competition.
And yes, I use IDEA for ActionScript but it's Scala support is at
best, enthusiast grade.
I say this having written an approx 30,000 LOC Scala project last year
all of which parses and compiles (slowly) using Scala-IDE and/or