[Followup set to j.i.e as j.i.e.c is really quiet and doesn't appear to
sync reliably with NNTP]
Other than a quick look at the first public EAP build, I've not been
using demetra. I did spend some time last night trying build 5218 on
Linux though (a clean installation with empty config, plugins & system
I created a new project and added a single Java module, pointing it at
an existing source tree already under CVS control, and specified CVS as
the default VCS.
I was surprised to be prompted for my ssh passphrase as soon as I opened
a source file for editing, although it was nice to immediately see
gutter marks indicating local modifications already made (I also got an
IDEA internal error that I logged). How can I switch this behaviour
off? It's fair enough when I have access to the CVS server but that
can't be assumed. I had a look for a config option but didn't spot one.
I tried opening the same project in 5201 and don't see this behaviour so
I assume it's a new feature (although it's not mentioned in the release
notes for 5218).
The real pain is that on opening the project in 5218 again IDEA
immediately prompts for my SSH password/phrase (which it ironically
doesn't need) and shows a progress bar for "Get File Content" - none of
the cancel buttons has any effect and I have to kill the process.
I guess I'm surprised not to see anyone else reporting similar issues.
Maybe it's just me?