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[ANN] Java IDE with generic type support

843793
843793 Member Posts: 41,732 Green Ribbon
edited Nov 4, 2002 9:26AM in Generics
Hello all!

We are proud to announce that we have just released version 5.0 of our Java IDE CodeGuide.

CodeGuide 5.0 offers full support for generic types as defined in JSR 14. Features are:

- Fast incremental on-the-fly compilation
- On-the-fly error checking of the whole project
- Code completion
- Usage search
- Refactoring (like Renaming, Class moving, etc.)
- and more...

A 30-day trial can be downloaded from our web page at
http://www.omnicore.com

Any feedback regarding JSR 14 support is much appreciated.


Best regards,

Dennis Strein
Omnicore Software

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  • 843793
    843793 Member Posts: 41,732 Green Ribbon
    Good on you. I'll have a look and get back with some opinions (can't go without those).
  • 843793
    843793 Member Posts: 41,732 Green Ribbon
    (eventually...)
  • 843793
    843793 Member Posts: 41,732 Green Ribbon
    I wrote a class
    MultiMap<K, V> extends Map<K, Set<V>>
    {
        // Various constructors, methods, fields.
     
        public Set<V> get(K key)
        {
            // Implementation
        }
    }
    It compiles fine with the Sun reference compiler, but a friend tells me that CodeGuide 5.0 build 504 complains "There already is another method with the same erasure." It could be that CodeGuide is correct and Sun wrong, because I can see that there might be issues with overriding the get(Object) method with a get(K), but I thought I'd mention it.
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