It's been a pain to type code in eclipse, sublime text makes everything much more easy. I can't seem to find anything. I can only find "How to add eclipse-like key bindings for sublime". I doesn't seem possible can anyone help?eclipsekey-bindings
Eclipse doesn't provide all the same features as
sublimetext, so you might not be able to map everything you want. There are, however, a couple of things you might try:
implemented under the covers by using Eclipse linked mode editing (similar to existing "rename in file" functionality), so you can't move the cursors outside the initial selection areas, and all multiple-cursor-edited-text must be the same string.
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Marianosimone's answer are probably the only thing you can referenced given that
Eclipse is primarily build as an IDE and is different from
sublimetext which is a editor. So aside from plugins, their(eclipse) documentation is the only thing you'll find that have bigger chances of not introducing unwanted behavior in
However, if you still want to pursue of having an IDE with the mappings you want, you can try
IntelliJ IDEA instead, they have community edition. It is more advanced than
Eclipse and can let you use
IdeaVim - which then offers you a lot of vim-like keybindings which can be changed to your likings.
Use IntelliJ IDEA IDE instead. I have been using this IDE for over 2 years, before that around 4 years on Eclipse.
You can change your key-map to various options already exist there. Even you can multi-mix various keytabs to make your own, say mixture of Eclipse and sublime.
Here is the full guide for migrating: Eclipse to Intellij