Updated IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 Release Candidate Available Now

We’ve just uploaded an updated Release Candidate build for IntelliJ IDEA 10.5, probably the last one before the GA release.

You are welcome to download it to try and submit any issues to us.

If you want to review what’s been done since IntelliJ IDEA 10 release, check out the recent blog posts with “Xena” tag.

Develop with pleasure!
The JetBrains Team

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13 Responses to Updated IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 Release Candidate Available Now

  1. Gordon Tyler says:

    Are there release notes for RC2?

  2. Travis says:

    Eek! ctrl-f is broken in this release.


  3. magicprinc says:

    Hm ^f works for me…

  4. magicprinc says:

    Although ^F works, it’s broken

  5. Patrick says:

    Is the ruby plugin supported in this release ?

  6. Patrick, we’ll update Ruby and Python plugins with 10.5 release

  7. Patrick says:

    :( Only thing holding me back.

  8. Travis Kay says:

    With the release of 10.5, the ruby plugin still seems to be incompatible.

  9. Martin Gross says:

    Any idea when the ruby plugin will be available? I’d like to update from 9 to 10.5 but I would need the ruby plugin then.

  10. Peter says:

    +1 for having the Ruby plugin


  11. Steve says:

    Just upgraded to 10.5 and now downgrading again. No Ruby plugin :-(

  12. Tomas Mysik says:

    When will be Ruby available for 10.5?

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