Is Demetra has changes in JSP 2.0 support?

Hi,
There are some bugs in this sense and fill it to Jira may takes much time with no result. May be they already fixed in some way? May be they related?

Here the are:
Find usages for functions defined in ]]> and used in pages seems broken.
Function definition if it inside java function reffering section of definition takes 2 lines then it marked as error and not resolved. If it takes 1 line then all ok. (Even more line break often added by formatter and workaround to keep it one line not working)

I have some more of them which so minor too that's why may be postponed.

May be you will give us access for sources and we will do it ourself :) Or new kind of issue in Jira "Bug with fix" to faster process it. Or kind of online support of new Collaboration features and use it to demonstrate bugs without large project filling to Jira as examples of errors, by accepting user invite to look at bug.

By the way it may be fixed even for 5.1. ;) But hint with Demetra usage in title and posting to this forum was used to take your attention to such small and easy to fix, but annoying issue, and use right forum :)

Thanks,
Dmitry

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Hi,

We will fix them all if you post them to the JIRA. Fixes for the bugs in
this functionality most likely go to 5.1 version if they are minor and
timeframe for 5.1 permits.

Dmitry Kashin wrote:

Hi,
There are some bugs in this sense and fill it to Jira may takes much time with no result. May be they already fixed in some way? May be they related?

Here the are:
Find usages for functions defined in <function> and used in pages seems broken.
Function definition if it inside java function reffering section of definition takes 2 lines then it marked as error and not resolved. If it takes 1 line then all ok. (Even more line break often added by formatter and workaround to keep it one line not working)

I have some more of them which so minor too that's why may be postponed.

May be you will give us access for sources and we will do it ourself :) Or new kind of issue in Jira "Bug with fix" to faster process it. Or kind of online support of new Collaboration features and use it to demonstrate bugs without large project filling to Jira as examples of errors, by accepting user invite to look at bug.

By the way it may be fixed even for 5.1. ;) But hint with Demetra usage in title and posting to this forum was used to take your attention to such small and easy to fix, but annoying issue, and use right forum :)

Thanks,
Dmitry



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

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Hi Maxim,

I'm sorry, some problems to posting issues to Jira here I will repost it tomorrow but now concrete desciption of encountered problem:
"It is not 100% guaranteed reproducible error(no access to IDEA and project unfortunately) with this sample but if don't I'll post real example.

	Converts the string to all caps
        caps
	jsp2.examples.el.Functions
	java.lang.String caps( java.lang.String,  java.lang.String)
    
]]>

	Converts the string to all caps
        caps
	jsp2.examples.el.Functions
	java.lang.String caps( java.lang.String,  
        java.lang.String)
    
]]>

"

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It was dummy sample but main problem is multyline <function-signature> tag content errors

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http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-3634

Dmitry Kashin wrote:

It was dummy sample but main problem is multyline <function-signature> tag content errors



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Maxim Mossienko
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"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hi,
Thanks Maxim!!! I wondered when I added it to Jira... Monday strange things happened.

Thanks,
Dmitry

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Hi, :) it is possible to assign Submitter when creating new request.

Dmitry Kashin wrote:

Hi,
Thanks Maxim!!! I wondered when I added it to Jira... Monday strange things happened.

Thanks,
Dmitry



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

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Hi,

About find usages... It really odd, sometimes it finds references in JSPs as well (functions in sense of JSP 2.0) but most often don't and I forced to repeat searching? It is buf? Feature? Or I imagine it and not possible to do it without second find usages invoke?

Thanks,
Dmitry

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Hi,
Searching for java method should find usage in web.xml only.
Searching for function should work in jsp.
Please, file bug when IDEA's behavior is different

Dmitry Kashin wrote:

Hi,

About find usages... It really odd, sometimes it finds references in JSPs as well (functions in sense of JSP 2.0) but most often don't and I forced to repeat searching? It is buf? Feature? Or I imagine it and not possible to do it without second find usages invoke?

Thanks,
Dmitry



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

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Hi Maxim,

Not bug but feature request filled if described by you behaviour now working, I think proposed improvement reasonable and easy to add, may be even change default behaviour cause actualy in JSPs usages too.
http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-6163

Thanks,
Dmitry

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Hi,
It is back again :( in case of when line splitted right after return value specification it is red again.

Thanks,
Dmitry

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