Did JetBrains consider comply with JSR 198

JSR 198 is a proposal to create a standard interface for adding extensions to Java Integrated Development Environments (IDEs). This will allow vendors to write an IDE extension once, and have it work on any J2SE-compliant IDE.

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This looks like a powerful notion for advancing the velocity of software engineering.

... if looking for the link it is:
http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=198

... noticed that "JetBrains s.r.o." is listed as participating on the "Expert Group".

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Thnaks for the link and bringing my attention to the fact that IntelliJ on the board for JSR 198. At what stage are you guys on that specification. How far along IntelliJ will support this particular JSR?

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Marvin! Didn't realise that you replied to my question... I thought someone from IntelliJ pointed about "Expert Group". It was very smart to check who's on the advisory board.

... I think it would be so simple if IntelliJ would support JSR 198 early than late (i.e. fail early, fail fast, right :-0 )
In that case I'd be able to create my plug-ins for multiple IDEs.... and for IntelliJ....

RK

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