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Submission + - IntelliJ Goes Open Source (infoq.com)

An anonymous reader writes: IntelliJ IDEA, the popular closed-source Java IDE is to go partially open source with the introduction of a new community version Jetbrains have announced. The community addition includes full Java code support — various refactorings and code inspections, coding assistance; debugging, TestNG and JUnit testing; CVS, Subversion and Git support; Ant and Maven build integration; and Groovy and Scala support (through a separate plugin). The commercial Ultimate Edition will add support for features such as Android, GWT, Flex, JEE and OSGi
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