Has git - related stuff implementation more priority then JavaScript Autocompletion/Refactoring abilities for WebStorm team?

I do not use git - related stuff incorporated into IDE. I use git from command line and shell scripts, and sometimes I use git-specific GUI's.

I do not trust IDE's implementation and like to control how exactly I use git.

Actually I like how WebStorm marks diffs (left to newly added strings), but this is all git - related I need.

On the other hand, there are a lot bug reports concerned with Autocompletion.

Actually Autocompletion in Nodeclipse and Visual Studio Code is stronger then in WebStorm.

So I wonder if WebStorm team did investigation about usefullness of Git-related stuff for customers whereas Autocompletion is so weak?

Searching by 'git' string on WebStorm youtrack gives only 3 results in top 100 results, but searching by 'Autocompletion | autocomplete' gives 38 results in top 100 results. 3 vs 38. But nevertheless WebStorm 12 contains mainly Git-related updates.

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>Searching by 'git' string on WebStorm youtrack gives only 3 results in top 100 results, but searching by 'Autocompletion | autocomplete' gives 38 results in top 100 results.

 

No surprise:) Git-related functionality is platform-wide, not specific to WebStorm, and, as such, is hosted in 'IDEA' youtrack project. Try searching on IDEA project for 'git'

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Hmm. I made search results count comparison ('git' vs 'autocompletion | autocomplete').

Indeed for IDEA git wins

5.5k vs 1.3k.

( How you achieved such a huge bugs amount in git ;) )

For WebStorm autocompletion wins:

648 vs 219

Ok, I'll think what to do with such a situation, thank you for explanation.

 

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