Genuitec » All Posts Sun, 25 Feb 2018 06:06:50 +0000 en-US <![CDATA[Reply To: Can't open Classic Find/Replace]]> Wed, 21 Feb 2018 19:07:32 +0000 sblantipodi I really appreciate it.
Thank you Brian.

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Can't open Classic Find/Replace]]> Wed, 21 Feb 2018 15:45:37 +0000 Brian Fernandes Davide,

Good to know – internally we do have the history implemented for inline search, but it did not make the cut for CI 11. We’ll try to prioritize this for the next release.

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Can't open Classic Find/Replace]]> Wed, 21 Feb 2018 13:12:26 +0000 sblantipodi Hi Brian,
thanks for the answer.

By default I like the inline search, sometimes I need the classic one just becase the classic one have the history of searched values.
Why don’t you add the history of searched values even in the inline search?


]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Can't open Classic Find/Replace]]> Tue, 20 Feb 2018 14:19:46 +0000 Brian Fernandes Davide,

We found that the double Ctrl + F behavior was glitchy and users would most likely prefer either search type or the other. We’ve added a preference page (Window > Preferences > DevStyle > Inline Search) where you can disable the inline search, so that Ctrl + F will bring up the Classic Eclipse search.

Did you find yourself using both searches often?

]]> <![CDATA[Can't open Classic Find/Replace]]> Tue, 20 Feb 2018 13:20:02 +0000 sblantipodi Hi all,
webclipse uses the inline search.

Before the latest updates when I press Ctrl+F, Ctrl+F,
it open Classic Find/Replace…

Now it does not open the classic find/replace version.

Why? This is a big problem for me because the inline search version does not offer the same functionality.

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: TypeScript 2.7 support]]> Mon, 19 Feb 2018 12:11:27 +0000 Brian Fernandes Andrei,

I’m afraid we need to upgrade the tooling to support this, so there’s no workaround that will give you TypeScript 2.7 support right now.

We are working towards making this support available in Eclipse (and in Angular IDE / Webclipse) at a much faster rate, do take a look at CodeMix – if you find this interesting, do join the Insiders program.

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: IDE does not show TSLint errors]]> Fri, 16 Feb 2018 11:58:48 +0000 support-swapna Fedor,

Thank you for reporting it. A bug is filed for the dev team to improve the validation in tslint.json.
We will keep you posted when the fix is out.

MyEclipse Support

]]> <![CDATA[TypeScript 2.7 support]]> Fri, 16 Feb 2018 11:55:41 +0000 andrei-ivanov Hi,
Is there a way to use TypeScript 2.7 with the Angular IDE?

Trying to use definite assignment assertions makes the IDE mark it as a syntax error

]]> <![CDATA[IDE does not show TSLint errors]]> Fri, 16 Feb 2018 01:13:35 +0000 Fedor Losev When TS lint prints a rule error but terminates ok, the IDE does not show the error. I understand this is partially tslint problem but an IDE has to handle this.

1) Create a component that does not match a component-selector prefix in tslint.json
2) See warnings e.g. ‘The selector of the component “Abc” should have prefix “app”
3) Add invalid prefix expression in tslint.json e.g. ‘*’
4) All warnings are gone, no error, nothing – makes impression everything is ok
5) run ng lint:
SyntaxError: Invalid regular expression: /^\[?([)/: Unterminated character class
All files pass linting.

IDE should report the error in Problems / Markers view

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Angular IDE does not use project local TSLint version]]> Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:52:44 +0000 support-swapna Anthony,

Thank you for the files. We could replicate the problem at our end but not consistently. While we continue to investigate it, can you please import the project to a new workspace and check if you still see the problem?

We just released CI 11. If you have not yet updated to CI 11, then please go to Help > Check for Updates and update.

Please let us know how it works for you.

MyEclipse Support

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Angular IDE does not use project local TSLint version]]> Tue, 13 Feb 2018 16:46:12 +0000 Anthony Thanks for your quick reply.

I have tried combinations of rebuilding the project, restarting the IDE, turning off linting, and changing the linting version back and forth, all without success.

I’ve attached the requested files as .txt files.

You must be logged in to view attached files.
]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Angular IDE does not use project local TSLint version]]> Tue, 13 Feb 2018 16:26:20 +0000 support-swapna Anthony,

Sorry that you are seeing this issue. I tried to replicate the problem at my end but I see the validation error for the new rule only when I set the TSLint to a different version other than Project Local 5.9.1. Project Local 5.9.1 setting works for me.

Can you please clarify if you have rebuild the project after setting the TSLint version to Project Local 5.9.1? If the rebuild does not work, then please restart the IDE, rebuild the project and check if it works.

If none of the suggestions work, then please share with us the package.json and the tslint.json of the project to help us investigate further.

Apologies for inconvenience caused. Please let us know how it works for you.

MyEclipse Support

]]> <![CDATA[Angular IDE does not use project local TSLint version]]> Mon, 12 Feb 2018 21:50:44 +0000 Anthony I am trying to set a project-specific TSLint version for my project since the “embedded” one in Angular IDE is not recent enough for new rules.

When I run ‘ng lint’, I have no issues. Everything is fine and I have no lint issues.
However, Angular IDE is not recognizing the newer rules in my TSLint version (5.9.1).

In my project properties, I have the following options set under the “TypeScript” category:
Enable TSLint validation if tslint.json is present (checked)
TSLint version: Project Local (5.9.1)

However, when I hover over a new rule, I see (for example):

Implementation of rule “newline-per-chained-call” cannot be found. Try running ‘npm install’, upgrading TSLint (currently running with embedded TSLint 5.6.0) and/or ensuring that you have all necessary custom rules installed. If TSLint was recently upgraded, you may have old rules configured which need to be cleaned up.

So Angular seems to be using the embedded TSLint version despite my settings.

Is Angular IDE not capable of using TSLint versions newer than what’s embedded, or am I missing something else?

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Error to create Angular Project by Angular IDE]]> Mon, 12 Feb 2018 05:20:21 +0000 support-swapna Abidi,

Glad that the project creation works. Thank you for getting back to us.
Please let us know if you see any other issues.

MyEclipse Support

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: Error to create Angular Project by Angular IDE]]> Fri, 09 Feb 2018 12:34:10 +0000 alabidy Hi,

Thank you for your help

My workspace is => C:\D\WORKS_SES\2018-WORKS\workspaces\angular4-works

Exactly, I found package.json in => C:\D\WORKS_SES\2018-WORKS\workspaces


Installed packages for tooling via npm.
Project ‘swarm-store-management’ successfully created.
This new project was created in => C:\D\WORKS_SES\2018-WORKS\workspaces\angular4-works

Best Regards,