IntelliJ IDEA 12 EAP Build 122.592 is Available

Good news for those, who can’t wait IntellliJ IDEA 12 to try new features. Today we have released IntelliJ IDEA 12 EAP 122.592 with a bunch of improvements and new features.

Major changes in this release include:

  • JDK 8 Method and Constructor References support.
  • Glassfish 4.0 support
  • SQL Dialect Intention (now it recognizes SQL dialect in files you edit).
  • ActionScript Compiler 2.0 support (which brings better performance and inline features).
  • ActionScript Code Arranger

The full list of changes can be found in Release Notes.

Feel free to share your feedback and report bugs in our issue tracker.

IntelliJ IDEA 12 is on the way to release and we keep working hard to make it sooner. We would also like to mention, that new project templates and SourceMap support are in the progress. This also refer to the new icons and look and feel.

So please stay tuned and let us know what you think!

Develop with Pleasure!

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9 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 12 EAP Build 122.592 is Available

  1. xBlackCat says:

    Is there a PHP plugin exists for the Leda build? Any development version – just working.

  2. Sarah says:

    Is there any news about running Intellij 12 EAP on JDK 7, of course on Mac OS?

  3. Tropper says:

    Oh yeah, JDK7 starter on OSX. Same for AppCode please. :-)

  4. Leon says:

    Do you have any idea what the date is that a new IntelliJ 11 license will allow a free upgrade to intellij 12?

  5. Darren S. Eyers says:

    Great to have new features, but that is not the major reason for getting a new version of Inteli J IDEA.

    For us and many former colleagues it’s performance of Inteli J IDEA, NOT new features!

    90% of development should be on performance enhancements/fixes.

    We would HAPPILY upgrade for performance enhancements.

    Inteli J IDEA is magnificent, but members of my team want to use other IDE’s due to performance. They agree its better on the most part, it’s just it can become slow when developing (show methods in class, typing etc). This has increased as more features added. We have found specifying more memory in the 64bit VM properties file makes things go slower and have removed as many plugins as we can. Are machines are around £1,700 with SSD and SATA hard disks, 8gb memory so performance should not be an issue.

    At the moment we are preying performance will be vastly improved, otherwise we will reluctantly move to another IDE… I do not want to move. Maybe we need Inteli J IDEA 9 or 10 for speed?!

  6. Peter Gromov says:

    Darren, we’re constantly working on performance issues. In fact, IDEA 9 or 10 is in many cases slower than IDEA 12. The most effective way of ensuring that a particular issue you’re experiencing gets attention is to notify the developers of it as described at http://devnet.jetbrains.net/docs/DOC-192. If you haven’t done this already, please do.

  7. Nevel says:

    @xBlackCat: If you’ve already installed the current PHP plugin and it doesn’t seem to be working (e.g. unable to read PHP file contents) simply uninstall en reinstall it. Should do the trick.

  8. xBlackCat says:

    @Nevel: no luck. Still
    java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class com.jetbrains.php.PhpIcons
    exception in logs.

  9. Lance says:

    @Leon: JetBrains never announces in advance when the “buy the current version and get a free upgrade to the next version” offer will happen. Below is the link to the blog post announcing the sale last year (for 10 & 11). *If* JetBrains does such a sale again, I would *suspect* it will be about the same timeframe. But again, that’s just a guess.

    LAST YEAR’S ANNOUNCEMENT:
    http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2011/11/free-upgrade-offer-buy-intellij-idea-10-now-and-get-v11-free/

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