I just started using IntelliJ at work and noticed a bug.
I have enum-classes that work like this:
public static const TYPE1:SomeType = new SomeType(TYPE1);
That's perfectly valid and FDT thinks it's ok. But IntelliJ doesn't, and gives "unresolvable variable" error at the second "TYPE1".
I've noticed IntelliJ is very smart, but in this case a bit too smart it seems.
Is there perhaps some setting in the error parser that would make this go away?