Build 696

I downloaded and installed the 3.0.2 build (695) the other day, now there is
a new build 3.0.2v2 (696) up there. I can't see any issues against it in the
tracker, do I need to download this build?

Cheers,
N.


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There really should be a "What's new in this version" on the download page.

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i think it's like the build 695 a build where only the docu for IDEA is new. when do they fix the important bugs??? the docu isn't as important as the bugs!!!!!

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Yes, I have counted that there are more then 500+ bugs currently not
assigned to Arora. So I am wondering when they will fix these bugs. I am
just scared that when Arora eap starts, Intellij won't even look into those
bugs cause they will just blindly say that those bugs are not assigned to
Arora.
So if those 500+ bugs are not fixed now before Arora eap, then they will
never be fixed !!!!!


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You have interest in some of the bugs? Vote for them.
You want to get the number of database records down to zero? Why?
Did you look at all these bugs and believe they MUST be fixed before
Aurora? Must be fixed ever? Then vote for them.

my 1/2 cent

"tom" <t@donotspam.com> wrote in message
news:b3lat5$15t$1@is.intellij.net...

Yes, I have counted that there are more then 500+ bugs currently not
assigned to Arora. So I am wondering when they will fix these bugs. I am
just scared that when Arora eap starts, Intellij won't even look into

those

bugs cause they will just blindly say that those bugs are not assigned to
Arora.
So if those 500+ bugs are not fixed now before Arora eap, then they will
never be fixed !!!!!

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No, I don't want to get the number of database bug records to zero. I want
there should be as many open bugs as possible. Instead of having 500+ open
bugs, I think having 1500+ open bugs for IntelliJ will be a good idea. In
that way they don't have to be bothered about fixing bugs, and they can can
just start the Aurora eap and give u a FREE software to use for the time
being.


"Richard Nemec" <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote in message
news:b3lc7t$3ah$1@is.intellij.net...

You have interest in some of the bugs? Vote for them.
You want to get the number of database records down to zero? Why?
Did you look at all these bugs and believe they MUST be fixed before
Aurora? Must be fixed ever? Then vote for them.

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my 1/2 cent

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Still, what are bugs that bothers you most? Loosing productivity somewhere?
Just feeling inconvinience?
Feel free to post those bug-ids here. Let's be a bit more concrete, ok?
Or it's just like this kind of logic: the software that has more than 500
bugs in bugtracking system is unusable?

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Best regards,
Maxim Shafirov
JetBrains, Inc / IntelliJ Software
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"tom" <t@donotspam.com> wrote in message
news:b3lm83$kie$1@is.intellij.net...

No, I don't want to get the number of database bug records to zero. I want
there should be as many open bugs as possible. Instead of having 500+ open
bugs, I think having 1500+ open bugs for IntelliJ will be a good idea. In
that way they don't have to be bothered about fixing bugs, and they can

can

just start the Aurora eap and give u a FREE software to use for the time
being.

>
>

"Richard Nemec" <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote in message
news:b3lc7t$3ah$1@is.intellij.net...

You have interest in some of the bugs? Vote for them.
You want to get the number of database records down to zero? Why?
Did you look at all these bugs and believe they MUST be fixed before
Aurora? Must be fixed ever? Then vote for them.

>

my 1/2 cent

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So if those 500+ bugs are not fixed now before Arora
eap, then they will never be fixed !!!!!


Windows 2000 shipped with about 65.000 items in its bug database.

Sincerely

Jens Peter Grosen

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Actually not all this bugs is really bugs, some of them are cosmetics, some not detected duplicates, some limitation of current architecture(I think, may be I wrong) etc.
But the problem of open for all tracker that everyone using search can say something like 'IT IS REALLY BUGGY!' even your 'friends' Borland and others(just joke).
But this problem not compared with 'magic' of live tracker.
So I agree that number of bugs not the main aim of software development.

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Windows 2000 shipped with about 65.000 items in its
bug database.


Perhaps their bug database did not allow for more than 65536 bug records to be stored?
;)

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Still nobody replied whats really into the 696 build!
Is it needed or not?

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Well, do you feel, that you need it?

Tom

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I just want to have a list of whats changed so I can take an active decision if I need it or not. IDEA do have some bugs that I like to have fixed. So yes I "need" a new release, but if they aren't any bugfixes in the new release, then it's not worth the time for updating.

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? wrote:

I just want to have a list of whats changed so I can take an active decision if I need it or not. IDEA do have some bugs that I like to have fixed. So yes I "need" a new release, but if they aren't any bugfixes in the new release, then it's not worth the time for updating.


There already was a post from somebody at jetbrains that the binaries are the same as the
previous version. This release is the second official bugfix containing also updated help.

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I missed that, was it in this thread?

dimiter wrote:

? wrote:

>> I just want to have a list of whats changed so I can take an active
>> decision if I need it or not. IDEA do have some bugs that I like to
>> have fixed. So yes I "need" a new release, but if they aren't any
>> bugfixes in the new release, then it's not worth the time for
>> updating.
>

There already was a post from somebody at jetbrains that the binaries
are the same as the previous version. This release is the second
official bugfix containing also updated help.



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There were some cosmetics fixed in the help, the build was made just to address these changes.
No need to upgrade unless you need up-to-date help pages (which are also available online:
http://www.intellij.com/docs/help/index.html).

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Best regards,
Eugene Zhuravlev
JetBrains, Inc, http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Pierre H?gnestrand" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:10505464.1046425672874.JavaMail.javamailuser@localhost...

Still nobody replied whats really into the 696 build!
Is it needed or not?



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