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And there is bug #32980 introduced in 2018. There are so many quirky
bugs in Aurora & Pallada that aren't easy to reproduce that I would have
worked hard to submit in a previous EAP, but when easy to reproduce bugs
often languish without attention seemingly indefinitely, what's the
point? It seems like IDEA is fraying at the edges.

Marcus Brito wrote:

Am I the only one affected by this bug?

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=30753

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Em Sun, 23 May 2004 12:36:44 -0400, Jon Steelman escreveu:

And there is bug #32980 introduced in 2018. There are so many quirky bugs
in Aurora & Pallada that aren't easy to reproduce that I would have worked
hard to submit in a previous EAP, but when easy to reproduce bugs often
languish without attention seemingly indefinitely, what's the point? It
seems like IDEA is fraying at the edges.


Don't be so harsh. Jetbrains folks are fixing bugs, maybe not so fast as
before (less manpower, I believe). 4.0 was a rushed release, but I don't
think 4.1 has any hard time constraints on it, so I'm sure that IntelliJ
IDEA 4.1 will be still a great product as before.

--
Marcus Brito <pazu@animegaiden.com.br>


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Marcus Brito wrote:

Em Sun, 23 May 2004 12:36:44 -0400, Jon Steelman escreveu:

>>And there is bug #32980 introduced in 2018. There are so many quirky bugs
>>in Aurora & Pallada that aren't easy to reproduce that I would have worked
>>hard to submit in a previous EAP, but when easy to reproduce bugs often
>>languish without attention seemingly indefinitely, what's the point? It
>>seems like IDEA is fraying at the edges.


Don't be so harsh. Jetbrains folks are fixing bugs, maybe not so fast as
before (less manpower, I believe). 4.0 was a rushed release, but I don't
think 4.1 has any hard time constraints on it, so I'm sure that IntelliJ
IDEA 4.1 will be still a great product as before.


I hear your concern. I don't mean to be harsh - many others have
observed the degradation. But I do want the product to improve and to
that end hope JetBrains can benefit from feedback whether positive or not.

Jon

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