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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] ... Step by step ... uuuuh baby ...
Date Sun, 29 Jan 2017 11:47:58 GMT

sad news Chris :(...

while I always like IntelliJ and was my prefer choice as we left FB, I
think the way Jetbrains manages open source is horrible.

I'm with Josh and his effort of making VSCode + NExtGenAS a great IDE for
FlexJS development, and as it's open source and we can control all the
aspects of the development, we should encourage to make this the first IDE
of choice.

Even, what about to concentrate all in only one effort? For example,
there's other people making Moonshine. If Moonshine team join Josh in the
NextGenAS effort, we could have a groundbreaking IDE in no time

IntelliJ is very good, but sincerely, it has the problems of commercial
products and we can't expect they do things as we expect, since this will
never happen (or only if FlexJS becomes very popular and they are forced to
have full support for it)

It's a matter of mind change, I was as you guys and still in love with
IntelliJ for dev old Flex SDK or java, but I propose you to try to make
this sift and try to work with VSCode+NextGenAS + Maven...give it some
love...and I'll think you will be surprised of what it is now and what
could become if all of us stand with it and support it.

2017-01-28 20:03 GMT+01:00 piotrz <piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com>:

> Hi Om,
> Infact yes - With this workaround it's possible.
> Piotr
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Carlos Rovira
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