How stable is the latest build?

I haven't tried the new version Aurora yet, but I was just wondering if it is stable enought to use daily instead of version 3.0.5?


Regards,

BTJ

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That depends on the tasks one does... For us it looks quite stable. Just try it.

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"Bjørn T Johansen" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:25935070.1064821924552.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

I haven't tried the new version Aurora yet, but I was just wondering if it is stable enought to use daily instead of version

3.0.5?
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Regards,

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BTJ



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Well, at the moment I am writing webapplications using Struts,Weblogic and CVS so if the needed features for this are working and stable, I'll give it a try... :)


BTJ

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As long as you don't expect the j2ee bit to work, I have been using eap for some time now without greater hazzle.

regards

Anders

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Keep you Araidna, and install Aurora last build in different folder. Also
set up different system/config folders location (e.q. put them directly to
Aurora home directory which you install it).
This prevent you to fast switch beetween Aridna and Aurora.

Aurora 939 build is good stable if this is can be assert. This build
presented to us in 3 days ago. So, i work this it only today, becouse
weekend :) Without crashes, yet.

10x!

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"Bjørn T Johansen" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:25935070.1064821924552.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

I haven't tried the new version Aurora yet, but I was just wondering if it

is stable enought to use daily instead of version 3.0.5?
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>

Regards,

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BTJ



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? wrote:

I haven't tried the new version Aurora yet, but I was just wondering
if it is stable enought to use daily instead of version 3.0.5?


It seems quite stable to me, except that it crashes with a
StackOverflowError if I don't wait a little bit between each time I
search for something (F3-F3-F3 => immediate crash, see
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=17066 for more
information).

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