Using IDEA on Mac OS 10.4.1

Has anyone experienced problems using IDEA on Mac OS 10.4.1 (Tiger)?
The application keeps 'unexpectedly quiting" on me. The thread dump seems to point to JVM_MaxMemory in libjvm.dylib. This seems to be called from inside of the awt library.

I have Java 1.4.2 Update 2 installed.

I'd like to hear if anyone is having troubles like this.

Thanks,
Bubba

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No issues here.

Running on PB@1.5 + 1GB ram

Are u using the RC or relased version?

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Yaroslav,
I've got the released version (Build 2253)
Everything has worked fine until my recent upgrade to 10.4.1

I have PB 15" 1Ghz with 1GB ram

Bubba

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In article <5548730.1117826314354.JavaMail.javamailuser@localhost>,
Bubba Robbins <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Has anyone experienced problems using IDEA on Mac OS 10.4.1 (Tiger)?


I am not having any problems, but I am running Iridia 3296 withJDK 1.5.

Scott

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Has anyone experienced problems using IDEA on Mac OS 10.4.1 (Tiger)?


No, build 3354 works fine with JDK 1.4.2_07 and JDK 1.5.0_*. In the first
case, only the IG plugin throws some exceptions.

Tom

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Well, as it turns out, the problem is occuring with ALL Java UI applications on my box.

Thanks for the feedback.

Bubba

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I am also experiencing problems. I've got a Dual 1.25ghz G4 with OS X 10.4.1. Java 1.4.2_07. My symptons include random crashes, unable to access the CVS menu, and not recognizing the right mouse click from my Kensington trackball.

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Hmmm... I have the same issues. My only concern was that I also updated to Xcode 2.1 yesterday. It has happened ever since then....

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After much looking around and digging, I downloaded AppleJack (http://applejack.sourceforge.net/) and repaired my permissions and cleared the System and my user Caches. I seem to be working fine again.

I don't yet know why that worked and it was fairly random that I resorted to doing those steps (that is, I didn't have a lead that took me there, it was more frustration).

Hope that helps.

Bubba

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Thank you very much! Worked like a charm...

I just did a single user mode boot (Command-s after the Famous Bong!) and then
applejack auto restart

(Hmmm... I wonder if Intel based Mac's will have the Bong!)

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