If you haven’t yet updated your IntelliJ IDEA to v2018.2 (release a couple of weeks ago), there’s no excuse to wait any longer. Why? Because we’ve just released IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2.1. This fresh update brings important bugfixes and improves performance in a number of areas.
Here’s a quick list of the most important changes:
- Fixed poor performance of VCS repository detection (related to symlinks)
- Fixed broken Android Profiler
- Fixed poor performance experienced when working with Spring projects
- Added support for Java 9‘s –upgrade-module-path option
- Improved support for Groovy 3 syntax
- Updated bundled TypeScript to v3
- Minor Spring Boot and Spring Integration bugfixes
- And many more — please see the release notes…
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P.S.: Have any feedback or found a bug or a performance issue. Please report it to our issue tracker. This will help make the IDE better!
The JetBrains Team
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