IntelliJ IDEA 11.1.3 EAP build 117.622 is available

We’ve got a fresh EAP build 117.622 of IntelliJ IDEA 11.1. The new build includes an important code completion fix, Subversion 1.7 fixes and some JPA/Hibernate QL console improvements. All fixed issues are listed here. You can download the new build from the EAP page or update from the IDE using “Check for updates”.
Update:Original EAP build 117.616 contained performance regression. We released updated EAP build 117.622.

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9 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 11.1.3 EAP build 117.622 is available

  1. anders says:

    Major performance regression in the Project Structure dialog — it takes nearly 30 seconds to bring it up.

    http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-87683

  2. Daniel Alexiuc says:

    Yep it’s insanely slow for me too.

  3. Maxim Mossienko says:

    To all, performance regression was fixed, please use EAP build 117.622. Thank you for spotting the problem!

  4. David Rees says:

    Will there be a patch?

  5. Simon Knott says:

    It appears that 117.622 isn’t available through the “Check for Updates” menu option – it reports that 117.616 is the latest build.

  6. Mathias Lin says:

    @Simon Knott:
    You need to change the update preferences, Preferences / Updates, setting “Check for updates in channel” to ‘EAP’ instead of ‘New Major Version Releases’, which is the default setting.

  7. Dan says:

    Any ETA on the final 11.1.3 release date? I’ve been having a lot of problems with deadlocks at various moments. I have to kill and re-index my project each time in 11.1.2. Very annoying.

    Would rather avoid having to download an EAP because of fear of regressions.

  8. yole says:

    Dan,
    Have you reported the deadlocks as YouTrack issues? If not, there’s absolutely no guarantee that they will be fixed in 11.1.3.

  9. Dan says:

    Well no but I did see you guys solved a bunch of livelock/deadlock issues.

    I’ll post a YouTrack as well then, next time it happens.

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