816 ... Finally I can use it.

Man, I know i've been absent for quite a bit from EAP testing, but fighting it out with pre 816 builds was just too much. So far 816 looks really solid. I like everything I see and am MOST impressed so far with all the CVS stuff. Ok I know a lot of people had already discussed it, and much has been said about it, but thumbs up. This is a nice build which I think I can use full time and deal with the quirks!

Let's file some bugs! :)

R

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Same here. Finaly I can use it full time. Good job, guys!!!

/kesh

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Man, I know i've been absent for quite a bit from EAP testing, but fighting it out with pre 816 builds was just too much. So far 816 looks really solid. I like everything I see and am MOST impressed so far with all the CVS stuff. Ok I know a lot of people had already discussed it, and much has been said about it, but thumbs up. This is a nice build which I think I can use full time and deal with the quirks!

Let's file some bugs! :)

R


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I have been using 815 for the last week and it was also quite solid.

I am not going back...

"kesh" <dummy@dummy.com> wrote in message
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Same here. Finaly I can use it full time. Good job, guys!!!

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/kesh

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

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Man, I know i've been absent for quite a bit from EAP testing, but

fighting it out with pre 816 builds was just too much. So far 816 looks
really solid. I like everything I see and am MOST impressed so far with all
the CVS stuff. Ok I know a lot of people had already discussed it, and much
has been said about it, but thumbs up. This is a nice build which I think I
can use full time and deal with the quirks!

>

Let's file some bugs! :)

>

R

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Hey....the menus are now resized nicely. Gone are the rather large menus.
Awesome.



"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@codepuccino.com> wrote in message
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Man, I know i've been absent for quite a bit from EAP testing, but

fighting it out with pre 816 builds was just too much. So far 816 looks
really solid. I like everything I see and am MOST impressed so far with all
the CVS stuff. Ok I know a lot of people had already discussed it, and much
has been said about it, but thumbs up. This is a nice build which I think I
can use full time and deal with the quirks!
>

Let's file some bugs! :)

>

R



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I'm using cvs over ssh(putty integration) and putty keeps complaining about Invalid Port Number.

Seems like I can't do any testing on this build. :(

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Why don't you use ssh that comes with cygwin? Works like a charm.

/kesh

simplicity wrote:

I'm using cvs over ssh(putty integration) and putty keeps complaining about Invalid Port Number.

Seems like I can't do any testing on this build. :(


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Ok, I installed it. Can you tell me how to setup IDEA to use the cygwin ssh.

TIA.

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simplicity wrote:

Ok, I installed it. Can you tell me how to setup IDEA to use the cygwin ssh.

TIA.


The procedure was quite simple to me. First of all, I generated
public/private key pair using ssh-keygen program. Then I took public key
and added it to the ~/.ssh/authorized_key file on the cvs server side.
Finally, I configured IDEA to use ssh.exe from cygwin package and the
private key generated by ssh-keygen. For more details, run: man ssh.

/kesh

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On Thu, 22 May 2003 16:41:12 -0400, kesh wrote:

Same here. Finaly I can use it full time. Good job, guys!!!


I've been using EAPs full time for awhile now - which a few minor
iritations, however, EAP16 seems to be the bomb that I'm tempted to talk
the other developers at work into trying.

Now the problem with commiting to cvs on a branch is fixed I'm full speed
again :) yay for IntelliJ

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I already have the public key in ~/.ssh/authorized_key2. I configued IDEA to use ssh.exe from the cygwin package, and the private key to the one i generated.

But do I need to run any equivalent of pagent?

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Do you use putty.exe as external rsh? Use plink.exe.

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"simplicity" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I'm using cvs over ssh(putty integration) and putty keeps complaining

about Invalid Port Number.
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Seems like I can't do any testing on this build. :(



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Originally, I am using putty(plink + pagent). But it does not work now in build 816. I have submitted a bug

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=12530

And kesh is saying that cygwin ssh works like a charm, so I would like to see if I can get that to work with IDEA.

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At first I tried to use keys generated by putty suite but somehow they
did work with cygwin's ssh. So I generated them with ssh-keygen and
appended the public key to ~/.ssh/authorized_key2.
And I did try to use plink with build 816 in vain. I guess simple
because plink doesn't except -i/-l options IDEA tries to pass it.

/kesh

simplicity wrote:

I already have the public key in ~/.ssh/authorized_key2. I configued IDEA to use ssh.exe from the cygwin package, and the private key to the one i generated.

But do I need to run any equivalent of pagent?


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Works just fine here. Dunno what the problem is for you.

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Hmm, I wish I would share the global optimism but unfortunately, at least on OS X and with CVS, things are not as nice... I can use it if I don't try to do diffs on my files... :)

But I have to admit that 816 looks real nice. Obviously, it's still EAP. Can't wait for newer builds! :)

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My JSP tags are red in 816 for the same project which was ok in 813. I was so OK with 813 except for slow popups. Is JSP tags broken in 816 or am I doing something wrong

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Works for me with 816.

pmkm wrote:

My JSP tags are red in 816 for the same project which was ok in 813. I was so OK with 813 except for slow popups. Is JSP tags broken in 816 or am I doing something wrong


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It's broken when the tags are described in files with the old 1.1 DTD.

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