IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.4 EAP is Available
The fresh IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.4 EAP build has arrived with fixes for nasty Android project build problems and other bugfixes and enhancements. Develop with Pleasure!
IntelliJ IDEA 12.1.5 EAP 129.1237 is Out
Today we have released IntelliJ IDEA 129.1237, the next preview build of the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 12.1.5 update. The build brings a few bugfixes and performance enhancements. Find the full list of changes in Release Notes. Feel free to share your feedback on our discussion forum and submit bug reports to the issue tracker. Develop with Pleasure!
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
IntelliJ IDEA 11.1.3 EAP 117.499
Today we're beginning the Early Access Preview for the next bugfix update of IntelliJ IDEA, version 11.1.3. The new build includes fixed data flow analysis algorithm (fewer 'Method is too complex to analyze' warnings), better AIR applications packaging, and quite a number of other fixes. You can download the new build from the EAP page or update from the IDE using "Check for updates".
Native file system watcher for Linux
If you're an IntelliJ user working under Linux you've probably seen that boring "Synchronizing files..." spinning icon in a left corner of a status bar. It is there because for an intelligent IDE it is a must to be in the know about any external changes in files it working with - e.g. changes made by VCS, or build tools, or code generators etc. On Windows and Mac OS X native file system watchers used to facilitate this task but on Linux the only option was to recursively scan directory tree. Now you're welcome to give a try to native file system watcher for Linux. Prerequisites File syst