IntelliJ IDEA 10 EAP (98.117)

We took a longer pause to publish this new IntelliJ IDEA 10 EAP build but there are reasons. Here are some of them:

  • New code completion UI, which suggests you the completion variants even before you press the completion keyboard shortcut. You can accept the top suggestion with Enter or Tab.
  • A bunch of new refactoring features and intention actions for ActionScript;
  • Support for new language features of Groovy 1.8;
  • Many improvements in soft wrap and new option for hard-wrapping the line automatically when typing reaches the right margin;
  • Server-side file rename and move in the Remote Hosts Access plugin.

See the full changelist with 300+ fixes and improvements made since the last update.

Our IntelliJ IDEA EAP discussion forum is there 24/7, ready for your feedback.

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6 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 10 EAP (98.117)

  1. DylanSchell says:

    Is there a way to disable the new completion behavior? it makes the editor unusably slow for me.

  2. yole says:

    DylanSchell,
    We’d appreciate if you could file a YouTrack issue with a CPU snapshot showing the slow completion.
    The completion autopopup can, of course, be disabled in the editor settings.

  3. Sergey Belov says:

    Python plugin doesn’t work =(

  4. Is it because the wings form an X?

  5. Chester says:

    The new version (the latest one) is so slow and make it undesirable to use for simple editing.
    For my java work, I kind have to switch back to version 7 to get quick response in editing time.
    But since I also like to use Scala plugin, so I have to use later version. This is, I guess, has something to do with the new completion behavior.

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