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Same issue for me on windows. Removing scala plugin allows intellij to start.

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The release notes mention this.The plugin interface has changed and that 3rd party plugins needs to be rebuold against tht latest interfaces

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Bingo! A few exceptions on startup but I'm away laughing again - and of course, crying at the Scala plugin (maybe theres a newer version in the repo thou).

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Mark,
the right thing to do IMO would be to cry with the Scala plugin, not at it. Since the API is being changed in every build it is impossible to produce the plugin version that would survive even 2 EAPs. So I suggest that Scala plugin moves to a 'single build' scheme.
On a side note the plugin system could have a feature that would allow plugin authors to verify the plugin is not broken in the future IDEA versions and advance 'until' themselves.

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