J2ME plug-in

I just installed 3229.

In Plug-in repository, it seems to have a newer J2ME plug-in.

Is that relevant (if I use J2ME)? Should I upgrade?

Amnon

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Hi,
currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin

The second one isn't in plugins repository.
So you have to choose which one to use :)

Thanks.

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I just installed 3229.

>

In Plug-in repository, it seems to have a newer J2ME plug-in.

>

Is that relevant (if I use J2ME)? Should I upgrade?

>

Amnon



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Hi

What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.

Thanks,
Amnon

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

Hi,
currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin

The second one isn't in plugins repository.
So you have to choose which one to use :)

Thanks.

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Hi

What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.

Thanks,
Amnon

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

Hi,
currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin

The second one isn't in plugins repository.
So you have to choose which one to use :)

Thanks.

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All plugins from "Available Tab" of Plugin Settings are plugins from Plugin
Repository. There is no built in plugins in Plugins Repository.
So you already has a built in J2ME Plugin with version 0.0.1.
Thanks.

"Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi

>

What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.

>

Thanks,
Amnon

>

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

Hi,
currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin

>

The second one isn't in plugins repository.
So you have to choose which one to use :)

>

Thanks.

>



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Thanks, I was confused as this plug-in had JetBrains as the vendor...

Amnon

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

All plugins from "Available Tab" of Plugin Settings are plugins from Plugin
Repository. There is no built in plugins in Plugins Repository.
So you already has a built in J2ME Plugin with version 0.0.1.
Thanks.

"Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>>Hi
>>
>>What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
>>Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
>>is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
>>0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Amnon
>>
>>Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:
>>
>>>Hi,
>>>currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
>>>1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
>>>2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin
>>>
>>>The second one isn't in plugins repository.
>>>So you have to choose which one to use :)
>>>
>>>Thanks.
>>>


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Well, I 'deleted' it, and it stated it will be deleted on IDEA restart,
but it is still there after the restart.

May be I have a poluted IntelliJ.

I'll try to uninstall and retry.

Amnon

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

All plugins from "Available Tab" of Plugin Settings are plugins from Plugin
Repository. There is no built in plugins in Plugins Repository.
So you already has a built in J2ME Plugin with version 0.0.1.
Thanks.

"Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>>Hi
>>
>>What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
>>Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
>>is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
>>0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Amnon
>>
>>Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:
>>
>>>Hi,
>>>currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
>>>1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
>>>2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin
>>>
>>>The second one isn't in plugins repository.
>>>So you have to choose which one to use :)
>>>
>>>Thanks.
>>>


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I'm afraid you are wrong.

I just installed Irida 3229 from scratch after uninstalling and deleting
all remains of IntelliJ (including the .IntelliJIdea directory) and the
J2ME plugin I described below is still there.

???

Thanks,
Amnon

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

All plugins from "Available Tab" of Plugin Settings are plugins from Plugin
Repository. There is no built in plugins in Plugins Repository.
So you already has a built in J2ME Plugin with version 0.0.1.
Thanks.

"Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:cvfn5n$8kq$2@is.intellij.net...

>>Hi
>>
>>What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
>>Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
>>is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
>>0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Amnon
>>
>>Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:
>>
>>>Hi,
>>>currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
>>>1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
>>>2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin
>>>
>>>The second one isn't in plugins repository.
>>>So you have to choose which one to use :)
>>>
>>>Thanks.
>>>


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All the IDEA plugins are there - CVS, JSHtmlBridge, JavaScript, etc.

So I repeat my initial question - should I update the J2ME plugin after
installation from 0.0.1 to 0.2 build 10?

Thanks,
Amnon

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

I'm afraid you are wrong.

I just installed Irida 3229 from scratch after uninstalling and deleting
all remains of IntelliJ (including the .IntelliJIdea directory) and the
J2ME plugin I described below is still there.

???

Thanks,
Amnon

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

>> All plugins from "Available Tab" of Plugin Settings are plugins from
>> Plugin
>> Repository. There is no built in plugins in Plugins Repository.
>> So you already has a built in J2ME Plugin with version 0.0.1.
>> Thanks.
>>
>> "Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
>> news:cvfn5n$8kq$2@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
>>> Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the vendor
>>> is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
>>> 0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Amnon
>>>
>>> Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
>>>> 1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
>>>> 2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin
>>>>
>>>> The second one isn't in plugins repository.
>>>> So you have to choose which one to use :)
>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>>
>>
>>
>>

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No, you haven't.
You can't uninstall a plugin from plugin repository, aren't you? ;)
And that plugin (out of date with version 0.2 build 10) is there.
Everything is OK.
We'll try to get these moment more clear.
Thank you.

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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All the IDEA plugins are there - CVS, JSHtmlBridge, JavaScript, etc.

>

So I repeat my initial question - should I update the J2ME plugin after
installation from 0.0.1 to 0.2 build 10?

>

Thanks,
Amnon

>

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

I'm afraid you are wrong.

>

I just installed Irida 3229 from scratch after uninstalling and deleting
all remains of IntelliJ (including the .IntelliJIdea directory) and the
J2ME plugin I described below is still there.

>

???

>

Thanks,
Amnon

>

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

>
>> All plugins from "Available Tab" of Plugin Settings are plugins from
>> Plugin
>> Repository. There is no built in plugins in Plugins Repository.
>> So you already has a built in J2ME Plugin with version 0.0.1.
>> Thanks.
>>
>> "Amnon I. Govrin" <nomail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
>> news:cvfn5n$8kq$2@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> What I see in the Plugins settings is only a plugin called "J2ME
>>> Plugin". It's description is "IntelliJ IDEA J2ME plugin" and the

vendor

>>> is "JetBrains". Is that the built in plugin? I seem to have version
>>> 0.0.1 and the available version is 0.2 build 10.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Amnon
>>>
>>> Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> currently there are 2 J2ME plugin -
>>>> 1. J2MESupport - a third party plugin, and
>>>> 2. J2ME build-in IDEA plugin
>>>>
>>>> The second one isn't in plugins repository.
>>>> So you have to choose which one to use :)
>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>>
>>
>>
>>



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I'm sorry, I don't follow.

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

No, you haven't.

If you mean uninstalling, then I have uninstalled and erased any
IntelliJ file and then reinstalled from scratch.

You can't uninstall a plugin from plugin repository, aren't you? ;)

I can't uninstall the plugin, that's correct.

And that plugin (out of date with version 0.2 build 10) is there.
Everything is OK.

Hmm... How is everything OK? I can ask to delete it and IJ states it
will be deleted but in fact it won't (that has to be a bug at least).
And I'd like to understand again - Should I update to version 0.2 or not?

We'll try to get these moment more clear.

Do you mean that you will try to clarify these points / issues? That
would be great.

Thank you.


Thanks,
Amnon

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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Hmm... How is everything OK? I can ask to delete it and IJ states it
will be deleted but in fact it won't (that has to be a bug at least).


Adding and removing plugins doesn't work in #3229.
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-442

Bas

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Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

You can't uninstall a plugin from plugin repository, aren't you? ;)
And that plugin (out of date with version 0.2 build 10) is there.


Actually, I think there may be some sort of name collision at work
here... The J2ME plugin '0.2 build 10' is the non-JetBrains one (by
'PinSoft'), but it's being reported as an update to the
(included-in-download) JetBrains one. That's wrong, surely.

Regards,
Edwin

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Edwin van Ouwerkerk Moria wrote:

Anna Kozlova (JetBrains) wrote:

>> You can't uninstall a plugin from plugin repository, aren't you? ;)
>> And that plugin (out of date with version 0.2 build 10) is there.


Actually, I think there may be some sort of name collision at work
here... The J2ME plugin '0.2 build 10' is the non-JetBrains one (by
'PinSoft'), but it's being reported as an update to the
(included-in-download) JetBrains one. That's wrong, surely.

Regards,
Edwin


It seems to me I filed a bug report on a similar collision involving the
Perforce plug-in quite a while ago. That one seems to have since been
resolved--the Plug-in Manager no longer reports that there is a new
version available for download as it did then. Perhaps this is a similar
problem.

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Michael Besosa wrote:

>>> And that plugin (out of date with version 0.2 build 10) is there.
>> Actually, I think there may be some sort of name collision at work

It seems to me I filed a bug report on a similar collision involving the
Perforce plug-in quite a while ago. That one seems to have since been


That's quite possible. I just noticed the same thing with the Subversion
plugin - it wants to 'upgrade' from the JetBrains version to the (older)
QintSoft version.

CU,
Edwin

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OK, now it's clear...

I suggest that plug-ins will have a UUID to avoid loose name matching.

Amnon

Edwin van Ouwerkerk Moria wrote:

Michael Besosa wrote:

>>>> And that plugin (out of date with version 0.2 build 10) is there.
>>>
>>> Actually, I think there may be some sort of name collision at work
>>
>> It seems to me I filed a bug report on a similar collision involving
>> the Perforce plug-in quite a while ago. That one seems to have since been


That's quite possible. I just noticed the same thing with the Subversion
plugin - it wants to 'upgrade' from the JetBrains version to the (older)
QintSoft version.

CU,
Edwin

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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

>>>> Actually, I think there may be some sort of name collision at work
>>> It seems to me I filed a bug report on a similar collision involving
>> Subversion plugin - it wants to 'upgrade' from the JetBrains version

I suggest that plug-ins will have a UUID to avoid loose name matching.


That would work - but why not simply use the fully-qualified name of the
'main' plugin class? The ]]> name, I
think? Saves introducing a new attribute.

Regards,
Edwin

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