Today, we’re happy to announce the second publically available preview of TypeScript: version 0.8.1. This preview focuses on addressing critical bugs and adding one of the most requested features: source level debugging.
To enable debugging in Visual Studio select ‘Debug’ from the dropdown after creating an HTML Application with TypeScript project.
Once selected, you can set breakpoints and step directly in your TypeScript code.
You can also see your current location using the call stack.
This release addresses many issues found in our first public preview. These fixes have improved compiler stability, compiler correctness, and UTF-8 support. A big “thank you!” to everyone who has helped so far by reporting bugs and participating in the issue tracker and forums.
There are two known breaking changes since v0.8.0:
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My solution has been to combine my multiple ts files into one (new) file and delete everything ts and all generated js etc.
Then it seems to work.
Could anyone having issues with crashes above please continue to help me investigate this on the issue opened at typescript.codeplex.com/.../437 . This will give me one place to track data, repros, resolutions, etc... Thanks!
Tip: It's also possible to debug TypeScript directly in Chrome with the help of sourcemaps
@mark what do you mean by Extjs open source license switcharoo. We haven't had any problems.
I didn't get a notification about the update in my Extensions list.
will be interesting if there will an net compiler to typescript like jscript.net that was discontinued by microsoft.