That is a nice use case: learning a new language.
If you don’t have 20+ languages behind your back, it’s actually a good idea to do this without IDE to gain a deeper understanding of the syntax, import system, build system and how it works in general.
I love IDEs for great automated refactoring capabilities and I always work with tests (TDD), so for me, fearless refactoring is a must in my workflow. Even for things like Python or Ruby.
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