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Re: [orion-dev] New version of esprima-based content assist plugin available

Thanks guys, that sounds good to me.

John




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As Andy mentioned, we will be doing this.  And John, I have a fairly good handle on what the existing content assist does.  It makes sense to keep the templates, but remove the searching for variable declarations, etc.  Also, it would be good to push the templates to the bottom.

As a side note, the content assist (both the old and the new kind) are case sensitive.  It would make sense to make it case-insensitive (and perhaps even recognize camelCase), but this is for later.

On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:42 AM, John Arthorne <John_Arthorne@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Andrew, are you still planning on integrating this plugin into the default Orion JS content assist? Esprima is now in our builds so you can go ahead with this any time. I can help out with merging any content from the old JS content assist that is still useful/valid.

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Hi all,

I just updated the content assist plugin with a few new features.  The
big change is that function return types are being inferred if
possible.  And there are a few smaller things like functions being
able to be passed around, as well as a few bug fixes.

The plugin is located here:

http://aeisenberg.github.com/esprimaContentAssist/esprimaJsContentAssistPlugin.html

and is available from the "Get Plugins" link.

Please let me know if you get a chance to try it out and give me
feedback if something doesn't work, but you think it should.  Thanks.

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