Still no Jade support in new release?

So, WebStorm 4.0 is out and there still isn't any support for Jade.

Can the community suggest a decent alternative editor for Jade?  I'm sick and tired of WebStorm messing up the formatting on my Jade files.

Thanks,
randall.

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Hi Randall,

Ticket on Issue Tracker: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-76061

I'm not using Jade so have no suggestions.

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http://www.microsoft.com/web/webmatrix/node.aspx

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i think jade editor could be find easely with the help of a good search engine ( google) and time to test each tool .
Most of the time for editor in 2012 Apple OS have advanced tool compare to Microsoft OS sytem (too automation process using all in one GUI installtion  hide setting kowledge ) .
jade compatible IDE can be brunch and webmatrix  and the dead software Textmate like editor for windows e-text editor ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E_Text_Editor
I find webmatrix usefull at this time but i don't use jade at this time even i install and test nodejs server .
but this is a phpstorm forum so best is to go to webmatrix forum
http://forums.iis.net/p/1169334/1949349.aspx/1?Welcome+to+the+WebMatrix+forum+

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With all autocomplete Web/PhpStorm provides, is this really necessary? With all bugs flying around, wouldn't it be better to take time and fix them and then go forward? I like TwitterBootstrap team for that. After they add features, then tend to take time to analyze and fix bugs if there are any. Not just add and add new stuff without any thoughts regarding will it work later or not.

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Agree. We're balancing between delivering new features and fixing bugs - both activities are very much requested by users :)

There may be more bugs in EAP builds, but we plan to fix most of them for the release.

Kirill

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WebMatrix looks interesting but I don't think it is going to run on my Linux Mint machine.

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Samsam, PhpStorm ain't the only Storm in this town. My request (complaint) is about WebStorm so I think that this is the appropriate form to use. But, thanks for your attempt at web policing even if it isn't needed.

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there is editor support for Jade in WebStorm 5.0.

Thanks,all.

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