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I had this happen too, and was fixed by deleting all the caches from the idea system dir.

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Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

but I was wondering if anyone else was having similar problems or knew
of any workarounds.


Right now, everything is working perfectly well. But I am still on #957

IDEA looks pretty cool on Panther, doesn't it? There also seem to be a
lot of Swing bugs fixed in that release. That makes waiting for the
upcoming 1.4.2 release more tolerable.

Dirk Dittert

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Looks like this is OS X-specific (or Apple JDK-specific) issue. We are going to investigate it thoroughly.

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"Erik Hanson" <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote in message news:ehanson-lists-D8A4AF.09174412112003@host98.intellij.net...

I just installed Mac OS X 10.3.1 (up from 10.2.8) and IDEA won't compile
my project.

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I filed a bug report:

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http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=21031

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but I was wondering if anyone else was having similar problems or knew
of any workarounds.

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(I made sure that my Java was upgraded correctly by Panther to
1.4.1_01-99.)



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Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

(I made sure that my Java was upgraded correctly by Panther to
1.4.1_01-99.)


There seems to be a java update available at
http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/java.html
This update doesn't show up with Softwareupdate. There do not seem to be
any release notes available.

It doesn't change any version version numbers, though. It could be that
it's just an update for those people that updated from 10.2.8 and had
some trouble with their Java installation afterwards.

Dirk Dittert

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In article <bovkuq$ssj$1@is.intellij.net>,
"Eugene Zhuravlev \(JetBrains\)" <jeka@intellij.com> wrote:

Looks like this is OS X-specific (or Apple JDK-specific) issue. We are going
to investigate it thoroughly.


Great! I assume that you know that Apple has an update to their JDK
coming out very soon. (They posted it for a day or so and then withdrew
it.)

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In article <ehanson-lists-37D16C.11363213112003@host98.intellij.net>,
Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

In article <bovkuq$ssj$1@is.intellij.net>,
"Eugene Zhuravlev \(JetBrains\)" <jeka@intellij.com> wrote:

Looks like this is OS X-specific (or Apple JDK-specific) issue. We are
going
to investigate it thoroughly.


Great! I assume that you know that Apple has an update to their JDK
coming out very soon. (They posted it for a day or so and then withdrew
it.)


(Or maybe the one they posted yesterday is that update. It's hard to
tell with Apple's version numbers.)

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If you did an upgrade install, you'll find Java in a hosed state when 10.3.1 starts. I did a clean install because I wanted to be safe, but there are people discussing it:

http://macslash.org/article.pl?sid=03/11/13/0919210

I ran across this one in the beta but I guess they couldn't reproduce it.

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In article <ehanson-lists-D8C537.11594513112003@host98.intellij.net>,
Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

In article <ehanson-lists-37D16C.11363213112003@host98.intellij.net>,
Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

In article <bovkuq$ssj$1@is.intellij.net>,
"Eugene Zhuravlev \(JetBrains\)" <jeka@intellij.com> wrote:

Looks like this is OS X-specific (or Apple JDK-specific) issue. We are
going
to investigate it thoroughly.


Great! I assume that you know that Apple has an update to their JDK
coming out very soon. (They posted it for a day or so and then withdrew
it.)


(Or maybe the one they posted yesterday is that update. It's hard to
tell with Apple's version numbers.)


I downloaded and installed the Java update that Apple posted yesterday.
It installed, so I assume it was a new version, but "java -version"
doesn't report anything different.

Anyway, compiling now works... hopefully it will continue to work...

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In article <ehanson-lists-D8C537.11594513112003@host98.intellij.net>,
Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

In article <ehanson-lists-37D16C.11363213112003@host98.intellij.net>,
Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

In article <bovkuq$ssj$1@is.intellij.net>,
"Eugene Zhuravlev \(JetBrains\)" <jeka@intellij.com> wrote:

Looks like this is OS X-specific (or Apple JDK-specific) issue. We are
going
to investigate it thoroughly.


Great! I assume that you know that Apple has an update to their JDK
coming out very soon. (They posted it for a day or so and then withdrew
it.)


(Or maybe the one they posted yesterday is that update. It's hard to
tell with Apple's version numbers.)


Apple always bumps the version numbers when they fiddle with the vm.
They have been known not to when just fiddling with frameworks. (For
example, the 10.3.1 update modified the security policy files, but did
not touch the vm framework itself.)

The one that got posted yesterday that only shows up on some systems,
and that does not fiddle version numbers seems to be a repair utility
for a broken install. Nasty bug, that.

(There are definitely version change updates coming for Panther; those
with seed keys should go look at connect.apple.com to see if they like
them.)

Scot

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Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

I downloaded and installed the Java update that Apple posted yesterday.
It installed, so I assume it was a new version, but "java -version"
doesn't report anything different.


There's also a java -Xinternalversion on Apple. But that didn't change
either.

Anyway, compiling now works... hopefully it will continue to work...


That's the important thing ;) With Panther I can now even use the
delete key (on Jaguar I only got a beep instead of characters being
deleted).

Dirk Dittert

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Erik Hanson <ehanson-lists@eh.cdeh.org> wrote:

(Or maybe the one they posted yesterday is that update. It's hard to
tell with Apple's version numbers.)


I just found out about that. Somebody from Apple wrote on the java-dev
mailing list that the 1.4.1 update for Panther is only for those people
that had a non-functional Java installation after upgrading from 10.2.8.
But hey, you wouldn't have guessed that from the descrption, would you?

As always, there's no comment about what happened to the 1.4.1 update
for Jaguar.

Dirk Dittert

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