Error highlighting in scala works different in Community and Ultimate editions

Hello guys,

I've been using IDEA Community edition to develop in Scala for a while. The error highlighting experimental feature needs some help with data types but in general was working ok.

I've decided to test the Ultimate edition, but I've found that the IDE is highlighting errors that are not highlighted in the community edition. This happens with Lift projects with Maven.

The errors are not really errors. I have many "cannot resolve symbol ..." about methods or properties suggested in the code completion. Any idea about what it is different between both versions of the IDE that could trigger the problem?

Thanks in advance,

GA

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Guillermo,

I use only the UE so I cannot anwer your question.

However, I'm reply to suggest that you post this question in the Scala forum where's more likely to get the attention of someone who can answer or who is working on the plug-in.


Randall Schulz

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Thanks! I will post the question there.

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Hello Guillermo,

To me it looks like the option Code Style | Scala | Other settings |
Enable experimental error highlighting is enabled in one of the cases and
disabled in the other one.

I've been using IDEA Community edition to develop in Scala for a

while. The error highlighting experimental feature needs some help
with data types but in general was working ok.

I've decided to test the Ultimate edition, but I've found that the IDE
is highlighting errors that are not highlighted in the community
edition. This happens with Lift projects with Maven.

The errors are not really errors. I have many "cannot resolve symbol
..." about methods or properties suggested in the code completion. Any
idea about what it is different between both versions of the IDE that
could trigger the problem?


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