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Risk of Misplaced Arguments in Java (lilit.dev)
5 points by tanin 55 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 4 comments



This is available in intellij too. Kotlin supports named parameter which makes the problem go away alltogether.


Yes, Scala also supports named parameters, though there is still risk when we don't use it. A while ago, I actually made a Scala compiler plugin (https://github.com/GIVESocialMovement/scala-named-argument-c...) that enabled us to selectively enforce which method required named parameters.

Anyway, Lilit brings IntelliJ's awesome features to your browser, directly on github.com (i.e. within pull request) :)

Please let me know if you are interested to try it with your Java repo.


Didn't mean to sound grumpy, Lilit looks like a cool product that solves a real problem.


Oh no. I didn't read your comment that way at all. But thank you anyway for being proactively courteous about it.




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