92.81 and OS X

Has anyone else gotten the new 92.81 EAP to work on OS X (Snow Leopard, specifically)?  I installed it this morning, and have run it twice now, neither time being able to do anything, even quitting hung.  I'm in a bit of a rush, so I haven't looked at logs or anything yet, I need to go back to 92.24 and get some work done.

I can update this post when I have a few minutes for investigation, but I just wanted to see if anyone else was having this problem.



Tobin
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Fired up just fine for me on Snow Leopard. Class navigation, debugging, svn integration and other basics seem fully functional.

--c.

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I'm on 10.6.2 and also couldn't use 92.81. IDEA would launch, then take a *long* time to index (15 minutes for a smallish JavaScript project) and then become generally unresponsive. I had to force quit it. I'm now restarting 92.24--again, a long reindex interval.

Kevin

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I am reverting this moment to 92.65 - 92.81 completely ocked up while editing several times - had to force quit.

Peter

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92.65 is also working for me--except I still can't get the JavaScript debugger to recognize my Firefox app.

For those who want this version I downloaded it at

     http://download.jetbrains.com/idea/ideaIU-92.65.dmg

Kevin

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Ok, well 92.81 seems to be working much better for me today.  I can actually click around in the editor, and CMD-T brought up the CVS update window, both of which I could not seem to do yesterday.  Will keep a close eye on it.

Thanks for everyones responses, sounds like it's kind of hit-or-miss for people.

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Second attempt with 92.81 - again lockups, I had to force quit again.  Reverting to 92.65 for now and await the next EAP.

Peter

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Please, attach IDEA log file

Peter Jacobsen wrote:

Second attempt with 92.81 - again lockups, I had to force quit again.  Reverting to 92.65 for now and await the next EAP.

Peter

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I've generally experienced that the IDE freezes if you browse through the menubar. I doesn't happen if I start the IDE with


        <key>apple.laf.useScreenMenuBar</key>
        <string>false</string>

...looks odd on a Mac but prevents the IDE from freezing while browsing through the menu options.

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I checked here <string>~/Library/Logs/IntelliJIdea90/</string> but there is no log file.

Peter

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I updated to 92.91 and Apple Java for OS X 10.6 Update 1 and worked with this setup all day without problems. I do not know which of the updates fixed it - keep my fingers crossed.

Peter

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I also got the new Java update along with 92.91 and all seems to be working. I did have one problem that is related to the Java update. When I tried launching both 92.65 and 92.81 for the first times (each) IDEA crashed pretty quickly. The fix was to edit Mail-IU-92.91.app's info.plist to set the JVMVersion to 1.6+ (changed from 1.5+). Here are the steps:

     1) In Finder right click on Maia-IU-92.91.app and select "Show Package Contents". Finder should open a new window for this file.
     2) Open the Contents folder.
     3) Double-click Info.plist, which should open Property List Editor.
     4) Open the "Java" key.
     5) Locate the "JVMVersion" key and double click on the Value column cell. The current value should be "1.5+" (without quotes)
     6) Change the value to "1.6+" (again, no quotes) and hit return.
     7) Quit Property List Editor, saving your changes.

Close the Finder window that shows the package contents and try running IDEA again. While you're in the Property List Editor you can also change IDEA's VMOptions; for example, increasing the -Xms and -Xmx values.

Kevin

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