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Quality of Codenvy refactoring tools

Tim Cooke
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Dear Codenvy team,

One of the most valued features of an IDE for me is the refactoring tool kit. The tools provided by Eclipse are pretty solid and those provided by IntelliJ IDEA, my IDE of choice, are exceptional.

So, trying to be as unbiased as you can: How good are Codenvy's refactoring tools? Are they comparable to those provided by a dedicated client based IDE such as Eclipse, IntelliJ, and the like?

Many Thanks
Tim


Tim Driven Development
 
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