R# for Chrome?

Are there plans to support additional languages?
I'd be interested especially in support for the new Chrome language. ( http://www.chromesville.com )
I really do like this pascal derivative but you know, writing code without R# is like typing one-armed. ;)

You even got support for VB! (Whereas I don't know how many features you got for VB because I haven't got it installed :P )

btw:
I've seen a menu point for plug ins in R#2. I assume it is possible to add some support for Chrome that way?
I couldn't find any documentation regarding your plugin interface. Would be great to have a link or help file explaining how to extend R#.

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Hello Robert,

in the 2.0 release we only plan to support Visual Basic and ASP.NET. However,

support for additional languages can indeed be implemented via third-party
plug-ins. We're
currently working on polishing the plug-in API, this is why its documentation
is not available
yet.

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

Are there plans to support additional languages?

I'd be interested especially in support for the new Chrome language. (
http://www.chromesville.com )

I really do like this pascal derivative but you know, writing code
without R# is like typing one-armed. ;)

You even got support for VB! (Whereas I don't know how many features
you got for VB because I haven't got it installed :P )

btw:

I've seen a menu point for plug ins in R#2. I assume it is possible to
add some support for Chrome that way?

I couldn't find any documentation regarding your plugin interface.
Would be great to have a link or help file explaining how to extend
R#.



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Hi Dmitry,
>

We're currently working on polishing the plug-in API, this > is why its documentation is not available yet.

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Sounds fair enough. ;)
That PlugIn API could help me/others a lot, because it would bypass some pitfalls in VS' API.
I'd like to have access to all these gadgets R# has:
Smart tags, pop up, coloring, intellisense (VS' and maybe yours)

Could you please come back to me here, when it is in some Beta state? I have notification turned on for this thread, thus I'd be "in the loop".

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Hello Robert,

better watch the jetbrains.resharper.eap.announcements newsgroup.
Notification about availability of documentation will be posted there when
its time comes.

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

Could you please come back to me here, when it is in some Beta state?
I have notification turned on for this thread, thus I'd be "in the
loop".



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