LineMover Plugin

The description of the linemover plugin seems to confuse plugins.intellij.net.
see the list of plugins (after the linemover) all plugins are a bit to the
right (with my firefox at least).

cK


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Christian

The description of the linemover plugin seems to confuse
plugins.intellij.net.




That's an intellij.net problem: this info primary purpose is to be
displayed in the IDEA's internal plugin manager.


Alain

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Alain Ravet wrote:

Christian

>>The description of the linemover plugin seems to confuse
>>plugins.intellij.net.


That's an intellij.net problem: this info primary purpose is to be
displayed in the IDEA's internal plugin manager.


Actually this happens because the description of the linemover plugin
contains a without a corresponding ]]>.

Bas

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Bas Leijdekkers wrote:

Actually this happens because the description of the linemover plugin
contains a <table> without a corresponding </table>.

>

My mistake: I thought Christian was just telling that the result was too
wide and didn't look good.
I'll fix it ASAP.

Alain

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Christian Köstlin wrote:

The description of the linemover plugin seems to confuse
plugins.intellij.net.



Fixed.



Alain

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Hello Alain,

Christian Köstlin wrote:

>> The description of the linemover plugin seems to confuse
>> plugins.intellij.net.
>>

Fixed.

cool ... looks good. i really like this plugin and i just wondered if nobody
else has noticed this on plugins.intellij.net. usually only plugin-developers
go to the site i think (because its so cool integrated into
intellij). im just wondering. do you have some scripts to deploy the plugin
to plugins.intellij.net?

cK


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Christian

do you have some scripts to deploy the plugin to plugins.intellij.net?



No. You just upload the jar:
http://plugins.intellij.net/plugins/new

Alain

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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 22:08:43 +0100, Alain Ravet wrote:

No. You just upload the jar:
http://plugins.intellij.net/plugins/new


That being said, I was thinking of writing a custom ant task that posted a
new version automatically.

This would be useful (but potentially dangerous) when used in conjunction
with an automated build system such as cruise-control.

Mark

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