[Ann] BashSupport 0.9.5-maia

Hi,
a new release is now available.
The plugin page is http://plugins.jetbrains.net/plugin/?idea&id=4230 .

This time there are quite a few new features included.
Feedback on the script runner and the code formatter are highly appreciated.

The changes are:

  • Run configuration for Bash scripts. You can now run the scripts from within IntelliJ
  • Basic code formatter, not yet configurable (experimental, use at your own risk)
  • New inspection: Check for missing file in inclusion (". missingFile")
  • New inspection: Detect recursive file inclusions (". a.sh" in file a.sh)
  • New inspection: Detect double function definitions
  • New highlighting option for built-in variables
  • Variable renaming now works again
  • Compatibility with the other IntelliJ editions.
  • Several parser and lexer improvements


Regards,
Wallaby

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a new release is now available.
The plugin page is http://plugins.jetbrains.net/plugin/?idea&id=4230 .

Very nice, thank you.

Do you have any plans to make a similar plug-in for BAT files?

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Hi,
I don't have any plans to write a plugin for Windows batch files.
Isn't there a plugin for this already?

Regards,
Wallaby

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what the problem with current batch plugin?
http://code.google.com/p/idea-batch/downloads/list

all feature/bug requests are welcome: http://code.google.com/p/idea-batch/issues/list

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I don't have any plans to write a plugin for Windows batch files.

Isn't there a plugin for this already?

There seems to be a very old one:
http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?idea&id=265

but not as nice as your Bash plug-in .

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what the problem with current batch plugin?
http://code.google.com/p/idea-batch/downloads/list

Let's see:
- it's not in the jetbrains plug-in repository, so nobody knows about it.
- it's not visible in the IntelliJ available plug-ins dialog for download.

If the user does a search here (and most users look there for plug-ins or plug-ins wishes): http://plugins.intellij.net/
it won't be able to find your plug-in.

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> - it's not in the jetbrains plug-in repository, so nobody knows about it.

???
it is definitely there
you've just yourself posted a link
http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?idea&id=265

> - it's not visible in the IntelliJ available plug-ins dialog for download.
it is there
but not last version
that's mostly because nobody asks about updating it

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botWi wrote:

> - it's not in the jetbrains plug-in repository, so nobody knows about it.

???
it is definitely there
you've just yourself posted a link
http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?idea&id=265

To me it looked like a totally different plug-in - the one from the repository looked like an abandoned one, and that from google code like a new one .
(since the SVN changes are from 2009)

> - it's not visible in the IntelliJ available plug-ins dialog for download.
it is there
but not last version

Oh, yes, I see. Most users don't even look at old plug-ins since they're known to crash with new IntelliJ versions.

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