Another Annotator question ;-)

If my JAVA file has syntax errors (e.g. duplicate method declarations), my injected Annotator is not called at all. While this may be the right thing, is there a way to customize this behaviour?

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Hello Yann,

If my JAVA file has syntax errors (e.g. duplicate method
declarations), my injected Annotator is not called at all. While this
may be the right thing, is there a way to customize this behaviour?


Not at the moment. Do you need such a thing?

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Maxim Shafirov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"




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Hi Maxim,

well, IMHO it is distracting for the user to see all annotators go away and come back after fixing just one error - the user does not necessarily understand the difference between (syntax) annotators provided from Language itself and contributed annotators.

Greetings,

Yann

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Yann Cebron wrote:

If my JAVA file has syntax errors (e.g. duplicate method
declarations), my injected Annotator is not called at all. While this
may be the right thing, is there a way to customize this behaviour?


This is issue http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEABKL-3420 and it's a
huge problem for my language plugin as well.

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Also http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-5520 concerns this issue

Yann Cebron wrote:

If my JAVA file has syntax errors (e.g. duplicate method declarations), my injected Annotator is not called at all. While this may be the right thing, is there a way to customize this behaviour?

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And yet another question: how can I force re-run of Annotator on a given file to update the status resulting by changes in other files?

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