Hunger Strike


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Ok, I'm going on a hunger strike... Give us 985 (or better) or give us
death... wait... it's not THAT worth it... or is it? :)

R
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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Ok, I'm going on a hunger strike... Give us 985 (or better) or give us
death... wait... it's not THAT worth it... or is it? :)


I'm in. Not one more line of code nor one gram of food before the next
EAP, or before I die of starvation, or before I'm threatened to get
fired, whatever happens first ^^

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Marcus Brito wrote:

I'm in.



I'm in too (my fridge is empty, anyway).

Let's call it
"Build Watchers
the ultimate weight loss programme."

Alain

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Alain Ravet wrote:

I'm in too (my fridge is empty, anyway).

Let's call it
"Build Watchers
the ultimate weight loss programme."


And I have no fridge anyway. Moving is such trouble... But I like the
programme, let's see how many kgs I can loose. Now let's see if the
JetBrains guys can leave me fat and healthy or leave me like a humam
skeleton ^^

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I'm in too (my fridge is empty, anyway).

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Let's call it
"Build Watchers
the ultimate weight loss programme."

>

Alain

With such quotes, don't you think it's time to have a weblog ? :-P

Guillaume



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BTW, next build is already over 900...

Guillaume


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That's too funny! Build Watchers, and instead of the Princess of York,
we can have Alain as our spokesman! :)

R

Alain Ravet wrote:
| Marcus Brito wrote:
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|> I'm in.
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| I'm in too (my fridge is empty, anyway).
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| Let's call it
| "Build Watchers
| the ultimate weight loss programme."
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| Alain
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It's been over 900 for a long time! :) What are you using? :)

R

Guillaume Laforge wrote:

| BTW, next build is already over 900...
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| Guillaume
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Russian scientist Ivan Pavlov did an experiment to associate sound with food. This could be Sfeir's experiment of associating eap releases with food. ;)

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Fools! Evolution I suppose is going to teach you all a lesson, since you're going to die soon from hunger.

Let's just hope that whenever the new eap does come out, it'll be slightly more useful than the depressing 977 that we waited for with such naive eager hope!

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Hani Suleiman wrote:

Let's just hope that whenever the new eap does come out, it'll be slightly more useful than the depressing 977 that we waited for with such naive eager hope!


Humans are doomed to repeate their mistakes foreven and ever...

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Hey look at it this way, less people in EAP, less noise, your feature
requests will make it to the top of the list once again! :)

I know for a fact that there are 2 major bugs for me which won't be
fixed in 985, but a few others which are. The 2 which are not are 1)
Add a breakpoint in a jsp and watch memory grow by 30MB for ever
breakpoint. 2) no way to trace/debug HttpServletRequest and response,
since it seems to think it's not a valid variable. Kind of a pain when
debugging JSP code... but oh well.

R

Hani Suleiman wrote:

| Fools! Evolution I suppose is going to teach you all a lesson, since
you're going to die soon from hunger.
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| Let's just hope that whenever the new eap does come out, it'll be
slightly more useful than the depressing 977 that we waited for with
such naive eager hope!
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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

That's too funny! Build Watchers, and instead of the Princess of York,
we can have Alain as our spokesman! :)



As long as I don't have to marry a prince, it's ok with me.
I'd rather kiss a sick frog.

Alain

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Ok but can we turn you into a pumpink later?

R

Alain Ravet wrote:

| Robert S. Sfeir wrote:
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|> That's too funny! Build Watchers, and instead of the Princess of York,
|> we can have Alain as our spokesman! :)
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| As long as I don't have to marry a prince, it's ok with me.
| I'd rather kiss a sick frog.
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| Alain
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Robert, I'm afraid it won't work :
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3241158.stm

Thanks to David Blaine, JetBrains people know they can have us wait 44
days without losing too many licenses sales.

What's worse : losing 26 kgs, or waiting 44 days for a new build?

Alain

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Ok but can we turn you into a pumpink later?

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2.5 hours of food deprivation, and you're already turning nuts :)

Alain

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Hum... I could lose 15 pounds, but 26kg... not sure there would be
much left... it's pushing it.

Ok I guess I'll have to eat and wait, at least I can be merry... maybe
I'll drink a little too... hum... release watchers ... all the food, all
the drinking you like, while you weight ;)

R

Alain Ravet wrote:

| Robert, I'm afraid it won't work :
| http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3241158.stm
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| Thanks to David Blaine, JetBrains people know they can have us wait 44
| days without losing too many licenses sales.
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| What's worse : losing 26 kgs, or waiting 44 days for a new build?
| Alain
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...less noise...


less noise indeed, Mr. Clutter-Up-The-Forums-With-My-Freakin'-PGP-Signing-Crap ;)

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What ever, Mr-My-Email-Client-Won't-Open-up-emails-bigger-than-0.5k :)

Incidentally I use the sig for everything, and didn't realize it was an
annoyance. Easy to turn off. (see?)

R

Garthabrindoid wrote:

>>...less noise...


less noise indeed, Mr. Clutter-Up-The-Forums-With-My-Freakin'-PGP-Signing-Crap ;)


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If I was reading via e-mail, that'd be fine. Reading via the web interface it is really annoying.

--Dave

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sincere appologies. It's gone.

R

Dave Griffith wrote:

If I was reading via e-mail, that'd be fine. Reading via the web interface it is really annoying.

--Dave


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crickets... everyone must be dead...

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Ok, I'm going on a hunger strike... Give us 985 (or better) or give us
death... wait... it's not THAT worth it... or is it? :)

R

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Man, you know a product is good when people start feanin' like junkies waiting for their next hit :)

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Gregory Pierce wrote:

>Man, you know a product is good when people start feanin' like junkies waiting for their next hit :)

>

Tobacco, PCP, cocaine, ... and now IDEA.
As long as programming under influence is not an offense, we're safe.

Alain

PS: don't try to sniff a floppy: it hurts. Believe me.

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It's been over 900 for a long time! :) What are you using? :)


OOops, sorry, I meant 990, but indeed I'm wrong, I thought I had seen a bug
fixed in 990, but it was not...
I think it's hunger that make me read and write weird things ! Maybe I'll
have to eat again before the next build, otherwise my posts will be worse,
and worse...
Sorry :(

Guillaume


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Ok you need to get off the diet, we'll hold the fort for you.

I find it quite odd that they're putting all the fixes under 985, and no
new fixes are going into further builds. Usually there are builds
happening beyond the one we're looking for... not this one, which makes
me thing it's a build where all the functionality will be in, and then
it's bug fixing city... hence code freeze.

R

Guillaume Laforge wrote:

>>It's been over 900 for a long time! :) What are you using? :)


OOops, sorry, I meant 990, but indeed I'm wrong, I thought I had seen a bug
fixed in 990, but it was not...
I think it's hunger that make me read and write weird things ! Maybe I'll
have to eat again before the next build, otherwise my posts will be worse,
and worse...
Sorry :(

Guillaume

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They've got a couple fixed in 986, one of them today. And there's already a
bug report for 985, so they've created the build.

Let's hope it's stable enough so they can give it to us.
And let's hope it happens soon, I guess they don't wanna be responsible for
the starvation of the EAP community :).

Andrei

"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@codepuccino.com> wrote in message
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Ok you need to get off the diet, we'll hold the fort for you.

>

I find it quite odd that they're putting all the fixes under 985, and no
new fixes are going into further builds. Usually there are builds
happening beyond the one we're looking for... not this one,



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Getting hungry yet? :)
Over 500 issues now addressed - sure makes my mouth water.

Jon

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Ok, I'm going on a hunger strike... Give us 985 (or better) or give us
death... wait... it's not THAT worth it... or is it? :)

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"Jon Steelman" <jon@cc.gatech.edu> a écrit dans le message de
news:br26ac$eg$1@is.intellij.net...

Getting hungry yet? :)
Over 500 issues now addressed - sure makes my mouth water.


This morning, I saw build #1001... it was like in a dream...
Until I discovered that it was my company's product's latest build number
:(
Not Idea's new EAP build :-((

Guillaume


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I'd like to see a new version. Whatever...
Doesn't matter the number.
Stepping from one line to another takes an eternety, while debugging. :(

Daniel

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You have to disable "Suspend All Threads While Stepping" in the debugger tool bar. Saves you a lot of time...

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