JSP is unusable in 4.0.3 (and EAP from what I gather)

Even if full support for JSP 2.0 isn't included soon, at least recognizing the JSP 2.0 tag stuff as valid syntax is a minimum requirement for usability.

Right now I have to treat JSP as text (really, just open in VIM instead) in order to even edit a JSP because the error popups are so intrusive =/

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AFAIK, jsp 2.0 support is not scheduled until 5.0.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brian McCallister wrote:

>Even if full support for JSP 2.0 isn't included soon, at least recognizing the JSP 2.0 tag stuff as valid syntax is a minimum requirement for usability.
>
>Right now I have to treat JSP as text (really, just open in VIM instead) in order to even edit a JSP because the error popups are so intrusive =/

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It's not, but I have to side with Brian, at a bare minimum support adding
tags with import keyword... But then again that might be the whole problem.

R


On 6/7/04 10:20 AM, in article 40C479A1.8090806@yahoo.com, "Norris Shelton"
<i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

AFAIK, jsp 2.0 support is not scheduled until 5.0.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brian McCallister wrote:

>> Even if full support for JSP 2.0 isn't included soon, at least recognizing
>> the JSP 2.0 tag stuff as valid syntax is a minimum requirement for usability.
>>
>> Right now I have to treat JSP as text (really, just open in VIM instead) in
>> order to even edit a JSP because the error popups are so intrusive =/
>>
>>

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Then vote for this bug
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=14990
Steve

Brian McCallister wrote:

Even if full support for JSP 2.0 isn't included soon, at least recognizing the JSP 2.0 tag stuff as valid syntax is a minimum requirement for usability.

Right now I have to treat JSP as text (really, just open in VIM instead) in order to even edit a JSP because the error popups are so intrusive =/

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