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Thanks :)


When I take a look at the Road Map of the IntelliJ IDEA Development project,
it looks like you are following my suggestion. But when I take a look at the
Change Log, I do not see a version "Build 3235". Haven't you released a new
build?

Tom

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It's something slightly different thing we decided to try. Those iterations
are date fixed, one per week while builds might be released more ofthen (or
less often).
We're experimenting :)

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> - Numerous bugfixes including ... smart tabs
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Thanks :)

When I take a look at the Road Map of the IntelliJ IDEA Development
project, it looks like you are following my suggestion. But when I
take a look at the Change Log, I do not see a version "Build 3235".
Haven't you released a new build?

Tom




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It looks like 3235 allows stock plugins to use the automated error-reporting as well. Which presumably means that IG and IPP exceptions eventually get auto-routed to my mailbox. Woo-hoo!

--Dave Griffith

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Yep, that's true.
3235 offers any plugin an ability to provide means for the user to report
their problems to proper place. For IG and IPP we decided it would be ITN
tracker. The plugging engine uses new extensions scheme, which we'd like
to test a bit ourselves before opening to wide audience. Though, it seem
to be working actually :)

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

It looks like 3235 allows stock plugins to use the automated
error-reporting as well. Which presumably means that IG and IPP
exceptions eventually get auto-routed to my mailbox. Woo-hoo!

--Dave Griffith




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Hi Maxim, just curious:
Is Idea's plugin system completely home brewn or do you use some standard frameworks? At least I noticed some references to PicoContainer.
It's just that I am in the position right now to introduce a new pluggable component structure to our own app. I had a look at Kopflerfish (osgi), HiveMind and a couple of others, but can't really decide, yet.

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We started to use picocontainer relatively recently. Quite useful stuff actually.
Everything else is indeed home brewn.
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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hi Maxim, just curious:

Is Idea's plugin system completely home brewn or do you use some
standard frameworks? At least I noticed some references to
PicoContainer.

It's just that I am in the position right now to introduce a new
pluggable component structure to our own app. I had a look at
Kopflerfish (osgi), HiveMind and a couple of others, but can't really
decide, yet.




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BTW, 3235 looks quite stable now. :)

Tom

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