Javadoc code completion

Hi people.

When I was using version 6 of idea ctr space (on windows) in the javadoc area brought up suggestions like class names etc.

I've now moved to the EAP version (and ubuntu) and this feature seems to be missing.

Is it a setting I have lost in my move or is it a bug?

Thanks, Paul.

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Hello Paul,

Tried the same: works for me. Even with all related "auto-popup" options
off Ctrl+Space does the job.
Anything specific in your code? Maybe it happens with particular javadoc
tag or so?

Hi people.

When I was using version 6 of idea ctr space (on windows) in the
javadoc area brought up suggestions like class names etc.

I've now moved to the EAP version (and ubuntu) and this feature seems
to be missing.

Is it a setting I have lost in my move or is it a bug?

Thanks, Paul.

Alexander.


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Hi Alexander. Sorry for the late response.

I've been using all the latest EAPs and still can't get this to work.

It is ok when I use tags like {@link ... } etc but just in the normal comment area like:

/**

  • Creates a new <code>Plat</code>.

*/
public PlatformStatusModel()
{
...
}

if the cursor was after the t (of the Plat), in idea 6 on windows I could hit control space and get the suggestion of "PlatformStatusModel" (which is very useful).

Now when I do it on the latest EAP on Ubuntu, I get "No suggestions" popping up.

Any ideas anyone?

Thanks, Paul.

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Hello Paul,

Meantime, I have reproduced it. Yes, sure, this is a kind of regression.
You could create a JIRA issue.

Hi Alexander. Sorry for the late response.

I've been using all the latest EAPs and still can't get this to work.

It is ok when I use tags like {@link ... } etc but just in the normal
comment area like:

/**

  • Creates a new <code>Plat</code>.

*/
public PlatformStatusModel()
{
..
}
if the cursor was after the t (of the Plat), in idea 6 on windows I
could hit control space and get the suggestion of
"PlatformStatusModel" (which is very useful).

Now when I do it on the latest EAP on Ubuntu, I get "No suggestions"
popping up.

Any ideas anyone?

Thanks, Paul.

Alexander.


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