Jesper de Jong wrote: Hmmm, it's confusing
Paul Clapham wrote:I dunno. I'm using Kepler and I read about the patch, but I'm not that much of an early adopter.
Jesper de Jong wrote:Sorry for the rant, but... why is Eclipse so slow with adopting Java 8?
Jelle Klap wrote:
IntelliJ seems really nice, but it's license is not free, and from what I've seen -
Chan Ag wrote: I guess Netbeans IDE 8.0 is the only IDE currently that supports Java 8.
I've been trying some of the new features since then, but Netbeans is Netbeans, not Eclipse. But I guess something is better than nothing.
Chan Ag wrote:I guess some of you know this already but I just chanced upon this.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:My guess would be that very few people want to learn an entirely new IDE just to play around with a new Java version.
It would appear there is a new version of J7, too. J7u55
Rob Spoor wrote:I just found out that yesterday Java 8u5 was released.
Pat Farrell wrote:For sure. I can't imagine using a new IDE for a short time. I find it very, very hard to change from one IDE to another. The style of the IDE has a big impact on my performance, and 99% of the time, my performance is the most important thing in the effort. I hate even minor changes to an IDE with minor version releases.