idea X

i noticed there is a page for the eap, but no eap yet. what awesome features can we expect this time? and when? i guess this time it won't be around the end of the year?

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I Just saw the blog entry concerning the improved XML support in Idea X.
Since work is underway on Idea X, I wanted to ask we can/should give you ideas/wishes for the next major version ?
Should we post our ideas in the EAP forum or use youtrack to submit our thoughts ?

Personally, I would like to see a much better support for GWT. The current GWT support is nice but there is a lot of room for improvement.
For example, when using the uibinder stuff, I define my CSS partly inside <ui:style>-tags. Unfortunately, the Idea editor does not recognize the content of ui:style-tags as CSS and therefore offers no css-editing support.

So, should we post those ideas right here or do you prefer those things inside youtrack ?

-Christian

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Hi Christian,

First of all let me thank you for your interest to IDEA and its further evolution!

About proposed way to go - it's better to submit corresponding ticket to IDEA tracker and post information about it to communty forum in order to increase number of voters and watchers (implies overall faeture value for IDEA users).

Regards, Denis

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CSS inside <ui:style> tags is already supported and will be available in first IDEA 10 EAP build (see http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/IDEA-52311).

I Just saw the blog entry concerning the improved XML support in Idea X.
Since work is underway on Idea X, I wanted to ask we can/should give you ideas/wishes for the next major version ?
Should we post our ideas in the EAP forum or use youtrack to submit our thoughts ?

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Personally, I would like to see a much better support for GWT. The current GWT support is nice but there is a lot of room for improvement.
For example, when using the uibinder stuff, I define my CSS partly inside<ui:style>-tags. Unfortunately, the Idea editor does not recognize the content of ui:style-tags as CSS and therefore offers no css-editing support.

>

So, should we post those ideas right here or do you prefer those things inside youtrack ?

>

-Christian

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