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Same here. I found it because Dave was talking about making one of his
plugins work with it. I am even subscribed to the forum thread, but no
e-mail.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Mark Derricutt wrote:

Noticed this is available for download but isn't mentioned in the
annouce forum....

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Indeed, and too bad because it's real fast and no exceptions so far.

R


On 11/16/04 5:09 PM, in article 419A7A87.8080905@yahoo.com, "Norris Shelton"
<i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

Same here. I found it because Dave was talking about making one of his
plugins work with it. I am even subscribed to the forum thread, but no
e-mail.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Mark Derricutt wrote:

>> Noticed this is available for download but isn't mentioned in the
>> annouce forum....

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>Indeed, and too bad because it's real fast and no exceptions so far.
>
>

Do you have a direct link to the file: intellij.net/ seems to be down

Alain

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It does feel faster, but HTML/XML editing is still pretty broken, I get lots of good code red and exceptions when I edit any HTML or XML file.

-Keith

Indeed, and too bad because it's real fast and no exceptions so far.

R

On 11/16/04 5:09 PM, in article 419A7A87.8080905@yahoo.com, "Norris
Shelton" <i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

>> Same here. I found it because Dave was talking about making one of
>> his plugins work with it. I am even subscribed to the forum thread,
>> but no e-mail.
>>
>> Norris Shelton
>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
>> Mark Derricutt wrote:
>>
>>> Noticed this is available for download but isn't mentioned in the
>>> annouce forum....
>>>

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Norris Shelton wrote:

Same here. I found it because Dave was talking about making one of his
plugins work with it. I am even subscribed to the forum thread, but no


I noticed it as I keep hitting refresh to see if I need to update my
RPMS/yum-repository... repo is updated but I'm not touching java at the
office at the moment so won't get to bash it around till I get home
tonight...

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Are project files opened in 3103 compatible with 4.5.3 project files? I'd really like to take the jump into EAPland but am somewhat reluctant to do so without some kind of safety net for those few odd moments when I have real work to do.

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It's been working for me. In the first build or two there were problems with the project files but I think those problems have been worked out, because I've been switching back and forth for some projects without trouble.

You might want to use a new configuration path though. I changed my idea.bat file so that my config folder is ~/.IntelliJIdea-Irida instead of ~/.IntelliJIdea.

-Keith

Are project files opened in 3103 compatible with 4.5.3 project files?
I'd really like to take the jump into EAPland but am somewhat
reluctant to do so without some kind of safety net for those few odd
moments when I have real work to do.


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Hani,

I've found that you're better served to setup an irida project from scratch,
there are problems with exceptions thrown for me if I don't do it.

R


On 11/17/04 12:31 AM, in article
30403944.1100669508760.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net, "Hani Suleiman"
<hani@formicary.net> wrote:

Are project files opened in 3103 compatible with 4.5.3 project files? I'd
really like to take the jump into EAPland but am somewhat reluctant to do so
without some kind of safety net for those few odd moments when I have real
work to do.


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JetBrains, what is the official stand on that?

Are there recommendations or statements (e.g. "We intend to use a new
project format") on top of the normal best practices described in this
thread?

Thanks,
Amnon I. Govrin

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I too would recommend a separate project for Irida. In my case there are no problems now with the new Pallada (#2250) and Irida (#3103) builds, but there always a chance new problems might be introduced with newer EAP releases.

Bas

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3103 seems a lot more stable - Martin Fuhrers work on the JBoss plugin means I can use Irida for J2EE dev now (thanks Martin).

I am however, hitting some issues relating to 4.5.x projects being opened in Irida - IDEA seems to think I have some cyclic dependencies between a J2EE application and an EJB module (which I dont). However, even when I delete the app module from the project, IDEA still thinks this cyclic dependency exists, and wont let me modify any of the project path settings.

Im going to try making new modules/projects (which is a pain since I lose all my runtime/debug program settings)

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I second that and to repeat: It may be good to completely recreate the project FROM SCRATCH for Irida... I had lots of problems importing an old project, J2EE development didn't work at all and XML-editing was broken (experienced this with DDs). Only after I re-created the project most issues were gone.

kind regards,

Messi

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I am however, hitting some issues relating to 4.5.x
projects being opened in Irida - IDEA seems to think
I have some cyclic dependencies between a J2EE
application and an EJB module (which I dont).
However, even when I delete the app module from the
project, IDEA still thinks this cyclic dependency
exists, and wont let me modify any of the project
path settings.


Does anybody encounter something similar with other (non-JBoss) J2EE projects?

The problem seems to occur only when trying to change the path settings of a module. Apart from that everything works fine. So please can someone try to change e.g. the output path of a J2EE module in a multi-module project? Thanks.

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Did right here no problems, I don't have any extra plugins added except
those that are included with Irida.

R


On 11/17/04 11:57 AM, in article
28193218.1100710629265.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net, "Martin Fuhrer"
<mf@fuhrer.com> wrote:

>> I am however, hitting some issues relating to 4.5.x
>> projects being opened in Irida - IDEA seems to think
>> I have some cyclic dependencies between a J2EE
>> application and an EJB module (which I dont).
>> However, even when I delete the app module from the
>> project, IDEA still thinks this cyclic dependency
>> exists, and wont let me modify any of the project
>> path settings.


Does anybody encounter something similar with other (non-JBoss) J2EE projects?

The problem seems to occur only when trying to change the path settings of a
module. Apart from that everything works fine. So please can someone try to
change e.g. the output path of a J2EE module in a multi-module project?
Thanks.


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Did right here no problems, I don't have any extra
plugins added except
those that are included with Irida.


Thanks. I'll check if there's something in the plugin causing the problem.

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OK, the cyclic dependency problem is NOT related to converting projects from 4.5, and it is NOT related to the JBoss plugin.

I've just created a project with two Tomcat web modules 'w1' and 'w2, 'w2' depending on 'w1'. By trying to change the output path of module 'w1' I got the error message "Cyclic dependencies between J2EE Modules 'w1' and 'w1' are not allowed".

I removed all non-IDEA plugins (including the JBoss plugin) before this test.

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This specific problem is fixed in the next build. Thanks for the report.

--
regards,
Alexey Kudravtsev
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Martin Fuhrer" <mf@fuhrer.com> wrote in message
news:13622175.1100754217148.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

OK, the cyclic dependency problem is NOT related to converting projects
from 4.5, and it is NOT related to the JBoss plugin.

>

I've just created a project with two Tomcat web modules 'w1' and 'w2, 'w2'
depending on 'w1'. By trying to change the output path of module 'w1' I
got the error message "Cyclic dependencies between J2EE Modules 'w1' and
'w1' are not allowed".

>

I removed all non-IDEA plugins (including the JBoss plugin) before this
test.



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This specific problem is fixed in the next build.
Thanks for the report.


Great! I was really afraid that the JBoss plugin is causing trouble.

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Any idea when that would be available?

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