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Rambabu Talasila wrote:

I don't mind pay few bucks for this feature

http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/11/29/HNgenuitec_1.html


What is the feature? The article doesn't say what the software does.

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>> I don't mind pay few bucks for this feature
>>
>> http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/11/29/HNgenuitec_1.html


What is the feature? The article doesn't say what the software does.

"JavaScript editing and debugging are featured."

Ahmed.

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Some thing like that.

Web2.0/AJAX Development Tools - includes fully integrated JavaScript debugger
and improved JavaScript Editor with code completion and validation

>>> I don't mind pay few bucks for this feature
>>>
>>> http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/11/29/HNgenuitec_1.html
>>>
>> What is the feature? The article doesn't say what the software does.
>>

"JavaScript editing and debugging are featured."

Ahmed.



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Publicity stunt. A javascript debugger belongs in the browser, not IDEA (or eclipse, for that matter). If you're using Firefox, you can use Venkman. I've heard there's a script debugger for MSIE as well.

As for editing and completion, IDEA has some basic features already, and I expect a lot more to come.

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I think it would be great if IDEA could attach to FF or IE to debug like
VS can.

Marcus Brito wrote:

Publicity stunt. A javascript debugger belongs in the browser, not
IDEA (or eclipse, for that matter). If you're using Firefox, you can
use Venkman. I've heard there's a script debugger for MSIE as well.

As for editing and completion, IDEA has some basic features already,
and I expect a lot more to come.

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Glad to hear it. Our company, Sixth and Red River Software, will be releasing a JavaScript code auditing and validation plugin for IDEA very shortly. Look for an announcement for Inspection-JS within the week.

(To satisfy our marketing department's curiousity, just how much is a "few" bucks?)

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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Hi,

Like this:
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-3426
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-3427
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-3429
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-3430


Most of basic completion/navigation is in TRUNK and eagerly waiting
Demetra EAP to start.

Marcus Brito wrote:

As for editing and completion, IDEA has some basic features already, and I expect a lot more to come.



--
Best regards,
Maxim Mossienko
IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hello Sixth and Red River Software,

S> Glad to hear it. Our company, Sixth and Red River Software, will be
S> releasing a JavaScript code auditing and validation plugin for IDEA
S> very shortly. Look for an announcement for Inspection-JS within the
S> week.

Do it already so we know who the heck is behind these dang emails :D

R


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Marcus Brito wrote on 30/11/05 07:29:

Publicity stunt. A javascript debugger belongs in the browser, not
IDEA (or eclipse, for that matter). If you're using Firefox, you can
use Venkman. I've heard there's a script debugger for MSIE as well.


Actually, with the introduction of Javascript/scripting in Mustang, it
would be good to have a javascript debugger (or scripting engine
debugger interface) within the IDE - for -that- debugging.

But as you say, for AJAX stuff its the browser...

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Robert Sfeir wrote on 30/11/05 09:28:

Do it already so we know who the heck is behind these dang emails :D


Indeed - I'm annoyed now - I keep getting "EAP for Refactor-J about to
end..." dialogs BEHIND my IDEA window when I startup, took me a while to
work out why IDEA was locking up on me :()

Loving the extract-class refactoring.

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Sorry about that. Our mailbox is full of those reports, so please don't send any more. All I can gaurantee is that it will be fixed before the release, and that the release will happen very soon.

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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Where can we see information about the capabilities (or is it still a
secret? :))

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+1

I would really like to see a list of the refactorings that are offered.
It would help justify the expense.

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Where can we see information about the capabilities (or is it still a
secret? :))

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Hello Mark,

MD> Robert Sfeir wrote on 30/11/05 09:28:
MD>
>> Do it already so we know who the heck is behind these dang emails :D
>>
MD> Indeed - I'm annoyed now - I keep getting "EAP for Refactor-J about
MD> to end..." dialogs BEHIND my IDEA window when I startup, took me a
MD> while to work out why IDEA was locking up on me :()

Yeah same here, they've told me it's a threading issue in idea they're trying
to resolve.

MD> Loving the extract-class refactoring.

Indeed!

R


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Loving the extract-class refactoring.

Thanks! Can we quote you on that? Better yet, can we quote your blog on that?


Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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We are writing a Bindows application here.

If you are a company which is developing strong JavaScript support for
IntelliJ I hope you have looked at Bindows as a very good use of
JavaScript example.

I would be happy to try your plug-in. I'm sure you'll appreciate a team
working on a very rich UI built with OO JavaScript with class
hierarchies, a convention for private vs public members, getters and
setters, etc. rather than the unfortunate "usual" usage of JavaScript -
a pile of functions.

If you are interested, please tell me which e-mail address to send my
contact info to.

Regards,
Amnon

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Sixth and Red River Software wrote on 01/12/05 07:31:

Loving the extract-class refactoring.
Thanks! Can we quote you on that? Better yet, can we quote your blog on that?


Sure, why not ;)

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