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We have an excellent news for the Gradle fans today. IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 introduces new features for Gradle integration: ability to compare project structure defined by Gradle and your favorite IDE; ability to solve project structure differences (to some extent);
The new Release Candidate build of IntelliJ IDEA 11.1, available today, includes quite a large assortment of fixes. We’ve fixed most of the remaining known issues with the Subversion 1.7 integration, solved a few major performance problems, cleaned up the … Continue reading
As planned, today we have published the Release Candidate build for IntelliJ IDEA 11.1. You can download the new build from the EAP page or use “Check for updates” to update from within the IDE. The release notes for the … Continue reading
Probably the last EAP build (before RC) of IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 is available for download. New settings are added to Groovy Colors & Fonts settings to highlight local variables, parameters, reassigned local variables, reassigned parameters and method declarations in the … Continue reading
This is a cross-post from WebStorm & PhpStorm blog, originally posted by Rustam Vishnyakov. This long-awaited feature gives you a possibility to define your own code-folding regions with special line comments.
IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 will bring several changes with regard to VCS support and one of them is a number of enhancements in Perforce integration. 1. Handling Move We used to handle rename/move operations using integrate. This was not quite convenient: … Continue reading
New IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 EAP build (116.32) is available with Subversion 1.7 support finally built in. Here are some details on the current implementation. We don’t perform automatic upgrade of your working copies to version 1.7, you can easily do … Continue reading
New EAP build of IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 is available. Notable changes include updated Subversion 1.7 and Perforce integrations, fixes in new Flash / ActionScript / Flex configuration and Jboss 7.1 Final support. See release notes for complete list. You can … Continue reading
From this short post you’ll find out (and see) how to: configure your non-XML Spring contexts using @Configuration classes, AnnotationConfigApplicationContext or AnnotationConfigWebApplicationContext set-up “active” profiles for annotation-based configurations If you use AnnotationConfigWebApplicationContext then simply add your configurations or packages-to-scan to … Continue reading