This release includes key fixes and improvements in the TypeScript space, as well as the ability to share your DevStyle themes with the world! We’ve fixed a number of annoyances as well. Read on for more details.
Included in this release:
- Angular & TypeScript
Angular & TypeScript
Ever been overwhelmed by the number of errors in an imported Angular project, or even a new one, only to find they were actually linting issues? This was especially problem when the TSLint decided that every linting issue was an error by default. We’ve now added a global preference page that will override the TSLint severity, and show rule failures as warnings.
Quick Fix & Imports
When using the quick fix functionality to add an import, the cursor no longer jumps to the location of the added import.
We’ve also fixed a critical bug affecting a small subset of users who were not seeing the quick fix or content assist work for imports.
If you haven’t tried our Open TypeScript Symbol dialog (Ctrl + Shift + T) yet, now’s a great time to start – we’ve made a change that will show symbols from *.d.ts files by default.
Keybindings in the TypeScript editor for actions like Find References, Format, Open Definition, etc. can now be customized on the Keys preference page.
For users of Angular IDE, we’ve replaced our busy, generic dashboard with something a bit more focused on Angular development. We hope you find this version more useful.
DevStyle themes are almost infinitely customizable – light or dark, pastel colored icons and your favorite editor theme. You can now share your custom Eclipse look with others using the handy styling shortcode on the theme preference page. Or, just paste in someone else’s shortcode to instantly customize the way your IDE looks. And, for IntelliJ converts, we also have added the IntelliJ IDEA Dark editor theme!
As usual, we’ve improved colors in a few controls, like the Paths and Symbols property page (in the CDT) and the XTend editor. We’ve also fixed a few scroll-bar bugs – it will now appear in a consistent color across editors.
With this release, we’ve removed the “hit Ctrl + F twice to open the regular search dialog” behavior as it was causing a few usage glitches. You can now enable/disable the Inline Search from its new preference page.