score:19

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check this open source plugin which is build by palantir.

score:2

until a specific plugin is implemented, if you are adventurous enough, you might try and just use jsdt and associate *.ts files with the javascript editor. if you get javascript validation errors, disable the javascript validator under project > properties > builders. for automatic typescript compiling, you can set up an external builder as described here or here. my settings:

  • main
    • location: /usr/local/bin/tsc
    • working directory: ${build_project}
    • arguments: ${build_files:f}
  • refresh
    • refresh resources upon completion: checked
    • the folder containing the selected resource
  • environment
    • path = /user/local/bin
  • build options
    • allocate console: checked
    • run the builder: during auto builds
    • specify resources: a folder that contains *.ts files

score:3

looks like the beta of an eclipse typescript plugin was uploaded on aug 7 2013. i haven't had a chance to try it out yet but it looks promising.

http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/typescript#.ugfeud9ig-v

https://github.com/palantir/eclipse-typescript

score:5

orion (the web based eclipse ide) would be a good fit. it is already using nodejs, so it would be easier to incorporate tsc and the language services. right now they already support javascript including some type inference. i understood typescript is on their radar.

score:17

this question was asked the day typescript was released, so as of today (oct 2nd 2012), there is no support. having said that, the xtext team -- a team responsible for rapidly creating dsls -- is aware of typescript and i wouldn't be surprised if they do something.

another place to look is microsoft. depending on what their motivation is with typescript, they may push for an eclipse project (although i doubt it).


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