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WebStorm 8.0.3 Bug Fix Update is Available

WebStorm 8.0.3 bug fix update (build 135.937) is available now.

You’ll get an automatic update notification. If you are using WebStorm 8.0.2, you could use a patch-update. If you’re using earlier versions of WebStorm, you should download WebStorm installation file for your OS on the product website and reinstall WebStorm.

This update addresses an issue with AngularJS interpolation and some other bugs in various subsystems. The full list is available in the release notes.

Please report any bugs and submit feature requests on our issue tracker.

Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains WebStorm Team

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6 Responses to WebStorm 8.0.3 Bug Fix Update is Available

  1. m_gol says:

    May 23, 2014

    I’m on 8.0.2 and even if I check for updates manually, I get info there are none. :/

    Build #WS-135.831, built on May 7.

    • Ekaterina Prigara says:

      May 23, 2014

      Same here. Thanks for letting us know. Will fix it asap. Meanwhile 8.0.3 installer is available on the website, if you want to install the latest version.

  2. Andrew says:

    June 2, 2014

    Installed 8.0.3. Now WebStorm is telling me it cannot locate the JSHint config file (.jshintrc) even though the file is right where it was before the upgrade.

    • Andrew says:

      June 2, 2014

      Well, apparently in 8.0.2 you could put the .jshintrc at least ONE LEVEL ABOVE the root of the project (my teammates just confirmed this) but in 8.0.3 you can only go up to the root. Even if the new behavior is “correct” and the old behavior was bad, not cool changing it without at LEAST a heads up.

      • Sergey Simonchik says:

        June 3, 2014

        If you’re talking about an option that allowed to specify the location of default .jshintrc file, then, indeed, it was removed in WebStorm 8.0.3. But it will be back in the next release: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-12267
        Sorry for the inconvenience.

        • Andrew says:

          June 3, 2014

          Isn’t software development awesome. You have one group of people complaining about overriding native jsHint config lookup (http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-10433) and you fix that for them which causes other people (like me) to complain about why you fixed it! LOL

          This is NOT a show-stopper/deal-breaker/whatever for us. Just wanted to let you know that some folks out here were actually taking advantage of the “override” ability. We have made the (simple) adjustment on our end but I wonder how many other people out there are in more of jam because of this change.

          Keep up the good work! 🙂