WebStorm 6.0.1 is available

We’d like to announce the availability of the first bugfix update of WebStorm 6.0, version 6.0.1. The new release includes a fairly small number of Web-specific bugfixes, which are detailed in the release notes. The build is available for download and for patch-based upgrade if you’re currently running WebStorm 6.0.

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8 Responses to WebStorm 6.0.1 is available

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    Francesco Maida says:

    March 28, 2013

    This version of WebStorm cannot compile my TypeScript files, while the previous version was working. I’m getting this error: “env: node: No such file or directory”

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    extempl says:

    April 1, 2013

    @Francesco Maida try to play with environment variables

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    Dragos Paunoiu says:

    April 1, 2013

    I am also having problems with this update, it fails to compile my LESS files.
    I am getting the same error as Francesco’s: “env: node: No such file or directory”.

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    Francesco Maida says:

    April 2, 2013

    Thanks for the tip. Fortunately JetBrains staff has fixed that problem for me with the release of WebStorm v6.0.1a

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    Albert Varaksin says:

    April 2, 2013

    How do I hide the new(?) gutter bar that seems to track my file changes? It is extremely distracting – I like my editor clean and free of clutter. I’ve searched the preferences dialog and I am unable to find the option to disable this.

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      Dmitry Jemerov says:

      April 2, 2013

      It’s not new, it was always there. You can turn it off by going to Settings | Colors and Fonts | General and removing the colors for “Added lines” and “Modified lines”.

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    Bill says:

    April 6, 2013

    I’ve noticed the release notes stating that the TypeScript bug in WEB-7164( has been fixed.

    Yet I’m still getting the same error in the following code:

    var selectedPeriod: string = “innate”;
    var periodData: string[] = [ “innate”, “decade”, “year”, “month”, “day”, “time” ];
    periodData.indexOf( selectedPeriod ); // no error should occur here

    periodData.indexOf( selectedPeriod ); still has a red line under selectedPeriod with the error message: “Argument type String is not assignable to parameter type Object”

    Thank you for another quick update. Loving Webstorm as always.

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      Konstantin Ulitin says:

      April 9, 2013

      Sorry, another fix was required for this to work. You can manually add lib.d.ts file (from TypeScript sources) to your project, and problem should gone.

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