[ANN] IDEtalk plugin 0.5.4

Hello,

I've released IDEtalk 0.5.4. This is mainly bugfix release:

- Make plugin more tolerant to network problems
- Line numbers in code pointer links were calculated from 0,
not from 1.
- URL rendering fix

Regards,
KIR

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Kirill Maximov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Regretfully, it still can't handle our situation.

All of our machines are on the same subnet and have firewall disabled,
so I really don't have any clue on what to look for next.

The symptom is that we have 7 people using IDE talk, somehow divided in
2 mutually exclusive groups as far as IDEtalk is concerned.

The groups do not seem related to the OS (XP sp1 / sp2) or IJ version
(4.5.4, Irida).

Any help or suggested test would be welcome.

Amnon

Anyway, it's a great plug-in and

Kirill Maximov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello,

I've released IDEtalk 0.5.4. This is mainly bugfix release:

- Make plugin more tolerant to network problems
- Line numbers in code pointer links were calculated from 0,
not from 1.
- URL rendering fix

Regards,
KIR

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Hello Amnon,

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Regretfully, it still can't handle our situation.

All of our machines are on the same subnet and have firewall disabled,
so I really don't have any clue on what to look for next.

The symptom is that we have 7 people using IDE talk, somehow divided in
2 mutually exclusive groups as far as IDEtalk is concerned.


This sounds really strange. The only thing I can imagine is that
you're in the same network but in different subnets. If you send me
results of "ipconfig" command on the computers which do not see each
other, I'll check if this is the case.


The groups do not seem related to the OS (XP sp1 / sp2) or IJ version
(4.5.4, Irida).

Any help or suggested test would be welcome.


To debug IDETalk finding process, you can do the following:

1. In your IDEA installation 'bin' folder there is log.xml file. Please
add debug category appender to it (right before section): ]]>

2. Shutdown IDEA
3. Delete IDEA logs placed at $HOME/.IntelliJIdea/system/logs/
4. Start IDEA and try finding users again.
5. Mail me the logs from $HOME/.IntelliJIdea/system/logs among with
results of ipconfig commands.
6. Remove DEBUG section from log.xml.

Basing on this data, I'll try to figure out what's going on.

Regards,
KIR

--
Kirill Maximov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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I sent you the ipconfig privately.

Thanks for any help,
Amnon

Kirill Maximov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Amnon,

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

>> Regretfully, it still can't handle our situation.
>>
>> All of our machines are on the same subnet and have firewall disabled,
>> so I really don't have any clue on what to look for next.
>>
>> The symptom is that we have 7 people using IDE talk, somehow divided
>> in 2 mutually exclusive groups as far as IDEtalk is concerned.


This sounds really strange. The only thing I can imagine is that
you're in the same network but in different subnets. If you send me
results of "ipconfig" command on the computers which do not see each
other, I'll check if this is the case.

>>
>> The groups do not seem related to the OS (XP sp1 / sp2) or IJ version
>> (4.5.4, Irida).
>>
>> Any help or suggested test would be welcome.


To debug IDETalk finding process, you can do the following:

1. In your IDEA installation 'bin' folder there is log.xml file. Please
add debug category appender to it (right before <root> section):

<category name="maxkir">
<priority value="DEBUG"/>
</category>

2. Shutdown IDEA
3. Delete IDEA logs placed at $HOME/.IntelliJIdea/system/logs/
4. Start IDEA and try finding users again.
5. Mail me the logs from $HOME/.IntelliJIdea/system/logs among with
results of ipconfig commands.
6. Remove DEBUG section from log.xml.

Basing on this data, I'll try to figure out what's going on.

Regards,
KIR

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