Can anybody explain how to use the new stack trace feature?

In YouTrack 2.0 supposedly you can put a stack trace in the description and get navigation links that will pull up the line in question in the IDE. I tried all kinds of ways to use it, but no way that I put a stack trace in the issue did I get any navigation links at all, let alone navigation links that worked.

I am using YouTrack 2.0 (build #740 [17-May-2010 16:04] ) and Idea Maia IU-95.105

Any idea anybody?

Thanks

Arnon

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These links navigate to the code lines in IDE. IDE in turn should have special plugin installed. As this functionality was taken from TeamCity you can install TeamCity plugin to IntelliJ IDEA and navigate from stacktraces in YouTrack and TeamCity to code in Idea.

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I have TeamCity installed and I have the TeamCity plugin installed. The problem is not on the IDE side. I don't see any liks at all in YouTrack, no matter how I format my text. The conclusion I draw is that I probably am not formatting it correctly, but i cannot find any documentation on how to do it.

Arnon

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