IntelliJ IDEA 10 EAP (96.1020)

Eugene Toporov

Most of IntelliJ IDEA team is back from holidays and we’re getting up to speed with many things.

Speaking of new features, the soft wrap in the editor becomes useful now: we need your feedback. Also, IntelliJ IDEA now integrates with Artifactory in its “Attach classes from Repository” feature. As usual, there’s also a number of improvements and fixes, in particular for Groovy/Grails support. All in all, there are 80+ changes in this new build.

This EAP update also allows us to publish updated plugin for Ruby development in IntelliJ IDEA. It brings some new features we’ve been adding to RubyMine lately.

Download IntelliJ IDEA X build 96.1020 and we’re looking forward to your feedback.

BTW, do you know IntelliJ IDEA team twitter account?
Right, it’s @intellijidea. Follow us.

Develop with pleasure!
The JetBrains Team

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5 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 10 EAP (96.1020)

  1. ylluminate says:

    August 26, 2010

    Curious as to the status of the Flash profiler on this release… Seems that has so many folks excited!

  2. geekycoder says:

    August 27, 2010

    another good feature to have for intellijX is for support for code beautfing in the GWT’s jsni method. It will be useful to be able to format those javascript in those java wrapper method especially jsni is heavily used for GWT development.

    // Example of jsni method.
    public native static boolean isHtml5FileDndSupported()
    // Check for the various File API support.
    if (window.File && window.FileReader && window.FileList && window.Blob) {
    // Great success! All the File APIs are supported.
    } else {
    alert(‘The File APIs are not fully supported in this browser.’);



  3. ksafonov says:

    August 27, 2010

    @ylluminate Flash profiler is currently in development. We’ll make a blog post as soon as it’s ready to be included in the build.

  4. Nikolay Chashnikov says:

    August 27, 2010

    which version of IDEA do you use? Code formatting for JSNI methods should work in IDEA X EAP builds.

  5. Paudi Moriarty says:

    September 8, 2010

    Features are great, but performance is the BIG issue. I have to disable a lot of plugins (DB, J2EE, Hibernate) to be able to use IDEA 9 for our large webapp.

    Memory usage on 64-bit linux systems is atrocious even after considering the usual 64-bit overhead.


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