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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSparks View Post
    Have you added EXTJS language support to Sublime? If so, how?
    Not for auto-completion purposes no, but adding the source directory to a project lets you type CTRL-P, Grid, say, to open the GridPanel code.

    You can complete variable names though, for what it's worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefoxSafari View Post
    Spket makes extensive use of JSDoc attributes. I think this is a better approach for JavaScript than trying to do analysis on the code itself, especially if you're trying to support multiple frameworks each with their own inheritance mechanism. I can't speak for the other editors, though I would assume the ones with good code completion look at the JSDoc too.
    Ah right, yeah, seems fair enough

    I know that VS2010 attempts to run your code in the background, so can do crazy stuff like:

    Code:
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    foo. // offers number methods
    
    foo = "some string";
    foo. // offer string methods
    Clever, but am not convinced by the editor itself for js.

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    WebStorm 2.0


    ...just released

    http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by westy View Post
    Not for auto-completion purposes no, but adding the source directory to a project lets you type CTRL-P, Grid, say, to open the GridPanel code.

    You can complete variable names though, for what it's worth.
    Great, i'll give that a go.

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    Today Spket plugin for Eclipse got a quick update to support ExtJS 4:
    http://forums.spket.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1866

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    nice - I am going to install this now

    Quote Originally Posted by icflorescu View Post
    Today Spket plugin for Eclipse got a quick update to support ExtJS 4:
    http://forums.spket.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1866

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    Default Looking for a good IDE that supports autocomplete/intellisense inside a config.

    Looking for a good IDE that supports autocomplete/intellisense inside a config.


    Hi, I'm not asking about the best IDE. Instead, I'm looking for an IDE for a specific feature. What I'm looking for is an IDE with autocomplete/intellisense for inside a config. So far, I've tried Komodo, Aptana and Visual Studio 2010. While all three provide some sort of autocomplete/intellisense, none of them seem to support autocomplete/intellisense within a config block. Since a bulk of Ext JS code is in the configs, I would love to find an IDE that supports this. Can anyone recommend a tool that supports autocomplete/intellisense within a config?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beginner1971 View Post
    What I'm looking for is an IDE with autocomplete/intellisense for inside a config.
    I think none has such feature.

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    Default WebStorm

    WebStorm


    I try to buy the WebStorm Licence but I don't have any good answer from this co.
    I'm stupid or this co don't have very good sell policy...

    Anyway, Spket it's one very good ide.

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    Did you take a look at Sencha Architect?

    Still lacks some features that you have in eclipse and/or aptana like reformat, refactoring, code completion but is a matter of time to have it.

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