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Tony wrote:

support for JavaServer Faces???

+1

Peter L-S
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+1

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You can already use JSF in IDEA for the most part. What additional support are you particularly interested in?? Please don't say GUI designer!!

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The GUI is most definitely the most compelling reason to use JSF.
Without it, you might as well stay with Struts tags.

Rob Bradley wrote:

You can already use JSF in IDEA for the most part. What additional support are you particularly interested in?? Please don't say GUI designer!!

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eclipse user has EXADEL STUDIO pro, but idea not.

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Personally I don't care about the drag and drop GUI crap since I wouldn't use it anyway, however I would like it to at least recognize my EL. So, if it sees something like:

<xyz:myControl id="test" list1="#{testBean.list1}"/>

it would have smart completion if I hit CTRL-space after "testBean."

Stuff like that is definitely handy. There's a lot more it could do but I'm not gonna bother typing it all up unless they indicate they are interested in supporting JSF.

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Personally I don't care about the drag and drop GUI crap since I
wouldn't use it anyway, however I would like it to at least recognize
my EL. So, if it sees something like:

<xyz:myControl id="test" list1="#{testBean.list1}"/>

it would have smart completion if I hit CTRL-space after "testBean."

Stuff like that is definitely handy. There's a lot more it could do
but I'm not gonna bother typing it all up unless they indicate they
are interested in supporting JSF.



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smart code is good idea.

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+1 to to the EL recognition.

Would help a TON with refactoring.

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