We’re starting the MPS 3.4 EAP – join us

Starting today you can taste what we’re preparing for the MPS 3.4 release. The first EAP release wrapping numerous fixes, enhancements and performance improvements is now available for you at the EAP download page.
The release notes will give you exhaustive details about all the changes and the What’s new in MPS 3.4 page lists all the already completed visible features waiting for you to try.

Access nightly builds of MPS

In addition to packaging the MPS 3.4 EAP 1 release for you, we’re also opening up the gates to our build servers. If you want to live on the edge, you no longer need to wait for us to issue official EAP releases. Instead, you can go down to our kitchen and help yourselves – grab nightly builds and check out new features or fixes as soon as they get baked.

TeamCity hosting for MPS-related OSS projects

If you are building an open-source project with MPS, please consider an offer from JetBrains to host Continuous Integration for your project at, right next to the MPS project itself. This way you’ll be able to effortlessly build your project against the newest (or any other) version of MPS. If this is something that your project could benefit from, please let us know through this form.

The Drive to Develop
-JetBrains MPS Team

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2 Responses to We’re starting the MPS 3.4 EAP – join us

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    Eli Bradley says:

    April 3, 2016

    Thanks for the new 3.4 EAP! I noticed it’s based on the new IntelliJ Platform version 2016.1, but I was wondering why it didn’t have the title of a 2016.1 release? Does it have anything to do with the irregular versioning scheme, based on FOSS contributions? Will MPS ever become known as part of the JetBrains Toolbox?


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    Vaclav says:

    April 4, 2016

    Hi Eli,

    MPS stands outside of the JetBrains Toolbox, at least for the time being. As an open-source project with its own business model it does not fit the subscription-based licensing scheme.



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