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wgalanciak on 2022.1.5
wgalanciak on master
Update for 2022.1.5 (compare)
In case you missed it, we released 2022.1 yesterday and it's a gargantuan release with:
Please read our release blog for details and let us know if you have any questions: https://www.codetogether.com/blog/codetogether-2022-1-blazing-fast-content-assist-extensive-scalability/
invalid_scopeerror saying that some required scopes aren't whitelisted. I think it is the
offline_accessscope because as per some OneLogin docs that scope if used with the Authorisation Code flow will result in an error. This is the exact error I see in the browser:
OPError: invalid_scope (some of requested scopes are not whitelisted)and from the logs in the CodeTogether pod it is the same, just with a stack trace
Hi Everyone! I started using CodeTogether (on VS Code) for my class yesterday (it's a 4th year complex network analysis, we use R and Julia mostly). I had a flurry of glitches and errors popping up. Is there a good way of reporting and getting some assistance?
Hey - in our PoC some of our engineers came across an issue with running tests in IntelliJ - the issue from our engineer
"I was the host and when running the tests, colleague couldn’t see the Test results within IntelliJ. When he runs the test they do get executed in my IDE (the host) and I can see the results but he still cannot see them. We were looking the docs and supposedly we can set up a Run configuration using a “Remote Test (CodeTogether)” that could work. But when we tried setting it up to add our test the Select button would not work. Also, setting this up for every test seems a bit painful as it doesn’t show up as a default run configuration in the Test file."
A workaround for this is to just use the terminal window in IntelliJ and use
gradle to run our tests but is there a way to fix the above?
Hello @brianvfernandes after we finished the company wide test phase we gathered some feedback:
I would create github issues from those remarks, however I wanted to confirm with you beforehand, which one are actionable on your side.
Best regards, Tony
Testing (Intellij, Kotlin):
tests cannot be executed on method level
test results are sometimes not visible
upvoted this Genuitec/CodeTogether#239
Session is project scoped:
Not all panels are visible:
Dependencies (Intellij, Kotlin):
Navigation through files and dependencies that are not part of the project
Especially third-party libraries often cannot be navigated into, has to be done manually by the host
Autocompletion and highlighting: