Re: DOJO plugins for eclipse
Dylan Schiemann <dylan <at> dojotoolkit.org>
2012-06-17 20:08:45 GMT
FWIW, I believe there is an eclipse plugin that understands AMD, but
I'll need to find it. Also, I've heard from a few other big name tools
vendors that all expect to be able to provide auto-complete for AMD in
their next release.
on 6/17/12 12:32 PM (GMT-07:00) Kitson Kelly said the following:
> Just to clarify, the API documentation will only work with 1.8. It will
> be part of the the delivery of 1.8. For 1.7, I am afraid there is too
> much work to make the necessary changes to the inline code comments to
> get it to work.
> The 1.8 is in feature freeze at the moment, with the beta coming later
> this week. We can expect the API documentation soon there after.
> Type ahead in an AMD world is quite difficult, since the modules have to
> be mapped to return variables.
> On 17 June 2012 19:33, Ken Benjamin <kenbenjamin <at> kenbenjamin.net
> <mailto:kenbenjamin <at> kenbenjamin.net>> wrote:
> When Dojo switched to AMD the documentation parser stopped working
> What that means is that the API does not get read right and the
> in Eclipse doesn't work.
> The documentation should be fixed soon but until then, I'd stick with
> hand-coding to keep things simpler. If you want to use Eclipse,
> that's fine,
> too, but don't expect the type-ahead to work at the moment.
> It's the same for other IDE's too, i.e. Aptana.
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> Tutorials: http://dojotoolkit.org/documentation
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