I wasn't required to change "executable" attribute on my Fedora 20> I updated the plugin and I can see the node and npm binaries are not
> so I get an error like:
> Cannot run program
> (in directory "/Users/max/Documents/workspace-luna3/dfdf"): error=13,
> Permission denied
> When I chmod +X those files it seem to start working.
x86_64. What kind of problem it could be: the problem of OSX or wrong
executable attribute for "node" and "executable" binaries in repository?
>> Perhaps it should better to have an install URL per OS?
> noo - not necessary. You can mark a bundle to just apply to a specific
> OS via Eclipse-PlatformFilter
> as an example.
> I would suggest making the feature default require these plugins so any
> install by default would work.
>> Today Eclipse freezes, but I must do that in background.
> Is there an issue for this somewhere ?
>>> Can we avoid it have to parse
>>> constantly ?
>>> can one just tell it to parse one file as oppose to all files all the
>> When you open completion, it parses one time the whole files and after
>> parses the current file.
>> I must improve the completion performance by using the "part" feature
>> tern (not need to parse each time the whole file).
>> Today I use Tern for completion, find type in HTML editor. But Tern is
>> enable to manage search and refactoring.
>>> Have you found the bundled binaries to work across various OS's ?
>> No I have just Windows and my friend pascal has Linux.
>> Have a nice days.
>> Regards Angelo
>> 2014-02-26 21:36 GMT+01:00 Victor Rubezhny <email@example.com>:
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