IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 EAP 134.1160 is Available

We’ve just updated the EAP build of IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 with a new one and encourage everyone on EAP update channel to switch to the new version. To give this version a try, download the new IntelliJ IDEA 134.1160 build from our official EAP page.

You’ll see a big list of changes in all subsystems if you look at the Release Notes.

Some notable changes of this build are:

  • Structural Search can now find Java 8 lambda expressions, method handles & default methods
  • Many web development improvements, such as AngularJS support, better REST client, etc. Read more in WebStorm blog
  • Dart plugin is again compatible with IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition

Please note that starting with this update the IDE will disable JetBrains plugins that are not compatible with it. Due to API changes the latest Python 3.1 and Node JS 134.1145 plugins are marked not compatible with this build and will be disabled.

Feel free to share your feedback on our discussion forum or submit bug reports directly to the tracker.

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12 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 EAP 134.1160 is Available

  1. Florin Patan says:

    Hi,

    At least on linux the auto-update patch fails to apply on IDEA restarts. Any ideas? Should I open a ticket on YouTrack?

    Thanks.

  2. Maciej M says:

    btw, EAP page still claims that last build of 13.1 was 134.1007

  3. Doug Hughes says:

    It seems that this EAP (134.1160) has an expiration date of Jan 1 2014. Because of this, I can’t really run the EAP. My about dialog shows this, as can be seen here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bks3gr0h65ygdb3/Screenshot%202014-02-19%2007.51.36.png

    Is this a known problem or perhaps something specific to me?

    For the record, I accidentally installed the EAP for 13 (not 13.1) while not paying attention. I’m wondering if maybe this reset the expiration date in a way that 13.1 will no longer recognize the correct expiration date?

  4. Andrey says:

    Any chances for IDEA-build with EAP license?

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