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That most probably means you changed file template for the class and it cannot
be parsed as such (class).

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Maxim Shafirov
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hm, yes I changed those long time ago, however it worked fine till last build...I reverted back to 3394, and it works fine..
Anyway, maybe better error message should be provided, "can't create class" doesn't says much
-m.j.m

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M. J. Milicevic wrote:

hm, yes I changed those long time ago, however it worked fine till last build...I reverted back to 3394, and it works fine..
Anyway, maybe better error message should be provided, "can't create class" doesn't says much


I have the same problem creating a new class...

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Can I please take a look at file template for class?

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Maxim Shafirov
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M. J. Milicevic wrote:

>> hm, yes I changed those long time ago, however it worked fine till
>> last build...I reverted back to 3394, and it works fine..
>>
>> Anyway, maybe better error message should be provided, "can't create
>> class" doesn't says much
>>

I have the same problem creating a new class...



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I just saw File Header.java is empty, so that could be a problem, downloading new build right now, so, cannot test (already deleted 3396 build)

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

Can I please take a look at file template for class?


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/*

  • Created by IntelliJ IDEA.

  • User: $

  • Date: $

  • Time: $

*/
package $;
public class $ { }

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Thats what's been in my .IntelliJIdea/config/fileTemplates/internal/
directory for ages.

I didn't think system/internal templates would be in userspace actually...

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