On 07/07/2016 02:59 PM, Arián Fornaris Fernández wrote:
The changes are highly visible if you use node.js, npm, bower, debug...
However, it's true that the pure edition part now misses some important features that were previously available.
How is it important to have a dedicated wizard for such a trivial task? If the wizard does nothing more than creating a file, what's wrong with the new file wizard?
JSDT 2.0 + tern.java is currently the best combo for JS dev in Eclipse IDE. And I believe it's what most JSDT contributors would recommend at the moment. Hopefully, just JSDT should do the work in a near future.
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