I fired up Irida 3341 and opened an HTML file containing a Tapestry template. While the new HTML support is great, it's showing a lot of errors for my file.
Tapestry pages and components by default use "HTML" files with extra attributes. (As opposed to JSP-type technologies, which use extra tags.)
Any tag containing a "jwcid" attribute is interpreted as a Tapestry component, and the value of that attribute indicates the component type, e.g. "@Insert" for the "Insert" component. Other additional attributes are dependent on the component type.
Irida doesn't like these additional attributes. What's the best way to use IDEA with this kind of file? Is there any way to tell IDEA to ignore certain attributes?
Or maybe I should try to use another extension for Tapestry templates and forget about IDEA HTML support ...
I understand that Eclipse has pretty good Tapestry support in the Spindle plug-in, but I've never tried that. (I don't care for Eclipse ...) I wonder how hard it would be to produce something similar for IDEA.
(I don't expect it as a core feature, I realise the Tapestry market is rather small compared to JSP :)
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