Recently we've had some really bad subversion problems. This is with 6.0.4 on OS X, we upgraded our repositories to 1.4 when it asked. We're pretty under the hammer, so I haven't had time to file a lot of JIRA requests, but here's a shortlist:
1. If it encounters a conflict on an update, it will often abort the update, leaving some files on the server.
2. It will occasionally report a conflict where there are no conflicting chunks.
3. Even if I resolve a conflict in the merge conflict window, IntelliJ will leave the merge markers in the file and leave the .mine and .version files (i.e. won't actually resolve the conflict).
4. After an incident like this, I frequently have to restart IntelliJ, since it will occasionally report a series of bizarre syntax errors that I can't get it to fix. For example, variables that are declared on one line are reported as not being found on the next line.
Has anyone seen anything like this? I'm working with a smallish team of people who are relatively new to IntelliJ, I'm working in a startup and I basically convinced everyone that we should use it as our company standard IDE. These problems, in addition to the Ant problems I reported in another thread, look really really bad, and people are now starting to ask: why are we using this instead of Eclipse? This is the final released version, and these are pretty serious bugs. I can put up with the occasional hiccup, but there has been a serious lack of pleasure in my development recently.