We are approaching the release date and today we are ready to give you the second Beta for IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3!
IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Beta builds are free to use but they expire within 30 days of the build date.
We are putting the finishing touches on the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3, and this build comes with some notable changes.
Firstly, just so you are not caught off guard, the timeline for GitHub Pull Requests will not be included in this upcoming release version. We’ll continue enhancing our support of GitHub Pull Requests, and we plan to make it available in one of our future releases.
Speaking about changes in the Version Control subsystem, now when there is a conflict during merge, rebase, or cherry-pick actions, the IDE will let you see more information about the changes displayed in the right-hand and left-hand panes of the Merge dialog. Simply click the ‘Show Details’ link.
Also, the upcoming version of IntelliJ IDEA will allow you to share debugger renderers with your teammates. The JetBrains annotations library now contains the Debug.Renderer annotation which you can use to specify the renderer right in your source code.