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Links 1 through 10 of 36 by Rafael Ferreira tagged IDE

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Another approach for getting IDE support for Facelets on Eclipse: use a <jsp> tag instead of an <html> one for the root of the pages. One hell of a kludge...

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One strategy to get completion and validation working for facelets on eclipse: use WTP's xml editor for the xhtml files and assign xsd schemas for the JSF and Facelets namespaces. The author of this post provides the xsd files and shows how to set them up in Eclipse's XML catalog.
The problem is that, at least on Eclipse 3.3, it doesn't seem to work.

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IMO, UI innovation for IDEs is badly needed. Here, Gilad Bracha shows the debugger user interface for Newspeak.

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Caoyuan is rewriting the Scala plugin for NetBeans using the Rats! parser. I just wonder how far along he will get with the type system without plugging into the official compiler; Scala is not a small language...

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"We made changes in the 6.1 java editor to reparse and reattribute only modified method rather than the whole java file. This leads to significant performance improvements. When the user types into the method only the top level method is reparsed ....."

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"Scala is a great language, so we need a great Scala IDE. I want to develop a Netbeans plugin which allows Scala development."

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"I sometimes get really surprised about what can be done with the tools - there is an experimental version of the plugin for C/C++ refactoring available on NetBeans plugin portal. The team also put up a little Wink demo you can watch here. "

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