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It's cool to have basic Jade support, but 2 things are currently not good : - no parens autoclosing - autoindent kind of sucks when you're not appending code at the end of your file: namely, it doen't indent based on the above element, but based on the next element.
Hi Thanks a ton for that great plugin. I don't know where to report issues, I'll try here. The plugin does not allow me to input an open parenthesis when writing a jade template with angular ng-click function : example : button.btn.btn-primary(foo="bar()", ng-click="signup()") In this case, I'm able to wrtie foo="bar()" without a problem, however, can't type the '(' parenthesis of ng-click="signup()". I gave to copy / paste it, kind of annoying. Any clue where it could come from ? on the above example
Would be great to have PHP support among filters (:php) for jade.php dialect!
Hi, when I try to load it with webstorm 7, it tells me that this plug in is not compatible with this verison of webstorm. Anyway we can fix this? Thanks!
Some dialects of Jade (for instance, jade4j) have "filter syntax"... span :markdown Here _is_ *some* [Markdown](http://www....) As well as mixin support: +mixin(param,param) It would be nice if those syntaxes were supported by this plugin.
Thanks for the great plugin. I'm having some issues when copying and pasting with the indention of the code. When I copy and paste, it somehow moves the pasted lines to the left (removes any indent) along with the line below the current one. I'm using version 121.390 with Intellij 12.1.4. Happy to send a screen shot if that helps.
Pretty good. Needs to support unbuffered comments. Is it open source? Do you accept pull requests? T'would be awesome.
@tylercollier You need RubyMine Enoki build to use Jade support. You can download it from EAP page:
It says it's incompatible with RubyMine (4.5.4), even though the list of products mentioned includes RubyMine.
Does it work with RubyMine 4.5?
@jpkroehling Yes, you need IDEA 12 or WebStorm 5 to use it.
Unfortunately, doesn't seems to work on Fedora 17 + OpenJDK + IntelliJ 11.1.4.
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