Intellij Idea 10.5 is out

IntelliJ Idea 10.5 is out.  You can get it via Help | Check for new
version.

It installs in a new directory, and automatically copies over your
projects, settings, plug-ins etc.
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Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products
http://mindprod.com
How long did it take after the car was invented before owners understood
cars would not work unless you regularly changed the oil and the tires?
We have gone 33 years and still it is rare to uncover a user who
understands computers don't work without regular backups.

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On Mon, 16 May 2011 15:31:58 -0700, Roedy Green
<see_website@mindprod.com.invalid> wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted
someone who said :

>IntelliJ Idea 10.5 is out.  You can get it via Help | Check for new
>version.
>
>It installs in a new directory, and automatically copies over your
>projects, settings, plug-ins etc.


make sure to manually update idea.exe.vmoptions. The installer does
not preserve your mods.  Later you will want to uninstall version 10.0
--
Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products
http://mindprod.com
How long did it take after the car was invented before owners understood
cars would not work unless you regularly changed the oil and the tires?
We have gone 33 years and still it is rare to uncover a user who
understands computers don't work without regular backups.

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I cannot build my project with 10.5 -- the JUnit tests no longer seem to compile.  The imports from the app-side don't seem to be found.  I tried fiddling with the "Test Source Folders" to no avail.  The project has about 60 modules, each with Junit tests.

Anyone else experiencing this and have a workaround?

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On Thu, 19 May 2011 02:53:55 MSD, "Charles C. Lloyd"
<no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone
who said :

>I cannot build my project with 10.5 -- the JUnit tests no longer seem to compile.  The imports from the app-side don't seem to be found.  I tried fiddling with the "Test Source Folders" to no avail.  The project has about 60 modules, each with Junit tests.
>
>Anyone else experiencing this and have a workaround?

I was impressed. Everything seemed to come over without a hitch. All I
can suggest is opening  MODULE SETTINGS and sniffing about to make
sure you have the JDK still hooked up.

In an earlier migration, all my projects disappeared until I reopened
them from the top left menu.
--
Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products
http://mindprod.com
How long did it take after the car was invented before owners understood
cars would not work unless you regularly changed the oil and the tires?
We have gone 33 years and still it is rare to uncover a user who
understands computers don't work without regular backups.

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On closer inspection, it appears its trying to build the unit tests prior to building the application code -- the dirs in:

    <buildroot>/<projectname>/production/<modulename>

are all empty, and yet the unit tests are being built.

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