IntelliJ IDEA 11.1.3 EAP 117.499

Roman Shevchenko

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”.

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11 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 11.1.3 EAP 117.499

  1. Arnaud D says:

    June 6, 2012

    tespasserw How can i buy a perpetual license of IntelliJ IDEA ?

  2. Arnaud D says:

    June 6, 2012

    tespasserw How can i buy a perpetual license of IntelliJ IDEA ?

    Let me explain a bit:

    I don’t want to pay for a specific version
    I want to pay for a perpetual license that will allow me to get versions for 1 year, then I renew, etc…

  3. yole says:

    June 8, 2012

    We don’t offer this kind of license for IntelliJ IDEA.

  4. Arnaud D says:

    June 8, 2012

    So yole, in this case, and without intentions to offend you, but take this much as a recommandation for your sales department or your security team

    I guess you know a team called embrace, they did it, of course not officialy…

    While this is another subject, not really, because when you will harden your activation system, you will probably convince me and others to buy per versions

    Yet I feel you are no enough securing your products to buy per version, why should I pay you if I can “test” it free for ever

    You may think, he’s the geez who does not want to pay things, but that is wrong, I(and probably as mny others) buy stuffs with recuring fees like Technet, per versions to small developers like MzTools(plus he secures the product better than you), but I have no real benefits to pay VMware, JetBrains, etc, though I feel they deserves it, but my own key works fine and I’m sure with it to get always the last versions

    Remember everyone pirates stuffs before to buy it, I even bought Workstation version 5 and I never paid for it again. I even bought IDA Pro 5 which is highly expensive but also HIGHLY secured so I have not other choices to pay them to use the latest products.
    I’m almost sure it will be the same with your products, i will buy once and never more because you do not secure it, nor you force me to pay when you want to release a version

    Sorry if you find this post too offending, I will understand you wanna to remove it, at least if I can get you to think on this, this is all what I want, because I feel you guys at JetBrains really deserves much, you are very talented peoples.

    1000x excuses for the dirty english, I did not used translators to help

  5. Nevel says:

    June 12, 2012

    Arnaud, if you feel a certain company deserves your money, then why not buy (a specific version of) the product? If you choose not to and keep using their products, I’d indeed say: “he’s the geez who does not want to pay things”.

    And why would you use a serial to test whether or not a product is worth it?
    The Community edition should help you make up your mind…

  6. yole says:

    June 12, 2012

    First of all, if you think that you’re just now opening our eyes to the existence of license key generators for IntelliJ IDEA and its potential impact on the business of JetBrains, please rest assured that it’s not the case.
    Second, unlike IntelliJ IDEA, IDA Pro doesn’t have any free and open-source alternatives offering similar functionality.
    You’re welcome to justify your usage of key generators to yourself in any way that you prefer, but that doesn’t change the fact that you’re breaking the law.

  7. Ron says:

    June 13, 2012

    This is a really bad way to look at licensing. What check would be good – and annoying – enough? Always online, like it’s happening for some games currently? Please realize that this affects every other user as well. I would certainly not be happy about it. And no, not everyone “pirates stuff before they buy it.”

  8. sparkedge says:

    June 13, 2012

    Jetbrains is making super awesome IDE for java devs, and it definitely worth the price.

  9. Farule says:

    June 14, 2012

    I don’t need think developers need to tell to Jetbrains that the sale of products will be affected by piracy and license key generator. Their sale numbers will speak for itself. As for my case, I purchased a license for the intellij to support and to ensure the survival of a great company that continuously produce amazing and innovative development products that help developer’s productivity. In the long run, it is also the best interest of developers, not only just Jetbrains, to ensure that they gracefully pay for the product to sustain such rare company. Innovative commerical companies capable of producing mind-blowing dev tools like Jetbrains have become rarity. Therefore, with due respect, I seriously hope that should any developer who wish to use Intellij or their products in a “illegal” way, then by all means just keep the opinion to themselves, bearing in mind that they are using the products at expense of cost bear by developers who purchase the product as well.

  10. John D. says:

    June 21, 2012

    Thanks to the Jetbrains release cycle, the license was working for a year including all updates of IntelliJ in the last 9 years: one just needs to buy it at the right moment.

    It is incredible that people are even considering keygens for this product (and for this quite small market with so many worse but “free” alternatives sponsored by such big players). What if Jetbrains goes out of business? Good luck with Eclipse or Netbeans (since most of their “smart” features are copied from IntelliJ), but if IntelliJ won’t innovate anymore, who will they copy? I mean those players are at least since 40 years in the business but still only “now” try to copy (err innovate) IDEs.

  11. Mike Liu says:

    June 21, 2012

    when is the final version of 11.1.3?


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