Quite a few exceptions in .js files

I've been doing a bunch of javascript over the weekend and r# keeps throwing
exceptions left right and centre. Considering r# doesn't do javascript why
does it keep trying to get in the way of VS's intellisense?

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I've been doing a bunch of javascript over the weekend and r# keeps
throwing exceptions left right and centre. Considering r# doesn't do
javascript why does it keep trying to get in the way of VS's
intellisense?


It would be ****ing great if R# DID understand JavaScript (and CSS!), though!

"Rename selector", "rename function", "extract function" would be a god-send,
quite frankly. Error highlighting/code-analysis would be another lovely
thing (I've been caught out by == not being equivalent to === when comparing
to null or undefined a couple of times...).

Doesn't IntelliJ have a JS/CSS/HTML refactoring plugin...?


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Hello Peter,

I believe IntelliJ IDEA supports advanced editing of JavaScript and CSS files
and has most of the features you mentioned.


Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"



>> I've been doing a bunch of javascript over the weekend and r# keeps
>> throwing exceptions left right and centre. Considering r# doesn't do
>> javascript why does it keep trying to get in the way of VS's
>> intellisense?
>>

It would be ****ing great if R# DID understand JavaScript (and CSS!),
though!

"Rename selector", "rename function", "extract function" would be a
god-send, quite frankly. Error highlighting/code-analysis would be
another lovely thing (I've been caught out by == not being equivalent
to === when comparing to null or undefined a couple of times...).

Doesn't IntelliJ have a JS/CSS/HTML refactoring plugin...?



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"Peter Mounce" <pmounce@narrowstep.com> wrote in message
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>> I've been doing a bunch of javascript over the weekend and r# keeps
>> throwing exceptions left right and centre. Considering r# doesn't do
>> javascript why does it keep trying to get in the way of VS's
>> intellisense?
>>
>

It would be ****ing great if R# DID understand JavaScript (and CSS!),
though!

>

"Rename selector", "rename function", "extract function" would be a
god-send, quite frankly. Error highlighting/code-analysis would be
another lovely thing (I've been caught out by == not being equivalent to
=== when comparing to null or undefined a couple of times...).

>

Doesn't IntelliJ have a JS/CSS/HTML refactoring plugin...?


Well perhaps (and I hear you on = / ==); for the moment I'd just settle for
it butting out and letting VS2008 intellisense kick in without throwing
exceptions.

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