IntelliLing, inject language

Is IntelliLand and/or language injection supposed to be working or it is still under development?
I find this feature VERY useful, at least useful is what I think it is, but it never worked for me - so is it under development, or it is bug in idea or my head?

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You you have any specific examples of things that don't work (or don't work as expected)?

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I have JSTL tag which performs obfuscation of javascript specified in body.
Please take a look at screenshot http://novuscom.net/~p.feldman/lang.png
After I defined injection of JavaScript to js:obfuscate tag I expect ... to work in the same way as ... - highlight body content as javascript, resolve function names so init() is not underlined as unresolved in ]]>
Are my expectations wrong or I'm doing something incorrectly?

Edited by: Pavel Feldman on Aug 25, 2008 5:16 AM

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Hello Pavel,

I have JSTL tag which performs obfuscation of javascript specified in
body.

Please take a look at screenshot
http://novuscom.net/~p.feldman/lang.png

After I defined injection of JavaScript to js:obfuscate tag I expect
<js:obfuscate>...</js:obfuscate> to work in the same way as <script
type="text/javascript">...</script> -

highlight body content as jacascript, resolve function names so init()
is not underlined as unresolved in <body onload="init()">

Are my expectations wrong or I'm doing something incorrectly?


Please, specify "obfuscate" as "local name" and "urn:jsptagdir:/WEB-INF/tags/js"
as "namespace" in IntelliLang settings. This works for me.

Namespaces defined via "uri", not "tagdir" work without special hints.

Alexander.


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Thank you, it worked.
I also use such tag and it would be nice to have autocomplete in src attribute and ability to navigate by ctrl-click in the same way as it is possible in ]]>
Is it possible? May be in future release? For me it looks like one more "language" called "Path to file"

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Hello Pavel,

Is it possible? May be in future release? For me it looks like one
more "language" called "Path to file"


Can't say it for sure. A feature request could be created in JIRA.

Alexander.


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