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Please stop posting announcement here. We move this thread to
announcement news group.

Best regards,
Vladimir Kondratyev

Jens Voss wrote:

Aurora, build 887 is available at http://www.intellij.net/eap.

Changes in build 887 from 876
- EJB. EJB support is not functional in this build. Please do not report EJB
related bugs.
- Editor. Quickfix to rename file when class name and file name do not
- Editor. Highlighting escape characters inside string literals.
- Editor. Syntax highlighting for operators, different braces, etc. (not
enabled by default, see IDE Options | Colors)
- Editor. Syntax highlighting for class names and interface names. (not
enabled by default, see IDE Options | Colors)
- Editor. Option for folding simple accessors (getters&setters).
- Editor. Externalizable class without default public constructor is marked
as error.
- Editor. Quickfix for variable initializer redundant inspection.
- Editor. Quickfix for creating constant from unknown usage.
- Code Formatter. Option for adding braces for "if/else" and other
constructs with single statement.
- UI. Special icon for Java files outside source path.
- CVS. Sorting in file history view.

View complete list of bugs fixed here:

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The list has been set up so that subscriber email addresses are not displayed on the WWW. Furthermore, the list is restricted so that a password needs to be supplied in order to post to the list. I have no affiliation with http://www.freelists.org and I do not know if they run a trustworthy business. I will not accept any responsibility if they decide to start selling their email address lists!

You will only receive messages announcing new EAP builds on this mailing list!

I hope this comes in handy for someone because it took me a good while to set this up ;o)



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