2 issues...

1) For some reason IntelliJ is reporting that I have some variables that are not in use (greyed out) even though they are clearly in use. Furthermore if I type something in the file like "blah blah" it is ref for a second and then is fine again and IntelliJ does not report any syntax errors.

2) When I do an merge from another branch in svn via IntelliJ. My conflicts are reported but not visible. If I bring the IntelliJ diff tool back up to make resolve the conflicts, when I say "Ok" it asks if I want to use memory changes or reload from the FS. If I reload from FS I will see my changes.

I'm on mac osx if that makes a difference.

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Is the first issue reproduces reliably?
If so, we are very interested to have a way to fix this haunting bug.

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"Barry Kaplan" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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1) For some reason IntelliJ is reporting that I have some variables that
are not in use (greyed out) even though they are clearly in use.
Furthermore if I type something in the file like "blah blah" it is ref for
a second and then is fine again and IntelliJ does not report any syntax
errors.

>

2) When I do an merge from another branch in svn via IntelliJ. My
conflicts are reported but not visible. If I bring the IntelliJ diff tool
back up to make resolve the conflicts, when I say "Ok" it asks if I want
to use memory changes or reload from the FS. If I reload from FS I will
see my changes.

>

I'm on mac osx if that makes a difference.



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both issues happen every time for our entire dev team

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One thing that does seem consistent is the files that #1 is happening with are using hibernate and annotations. They tend to be simple classes with just variables, getters, setters.

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Could you then please post them into jira? Please? I'll give you my left arm
in return.

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regards,
--
Alexey Kudravtsev
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc, http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Barry Kaplan" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:21478386.1161715514231.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

One thing that does seem consistent is the files that #1 is happening with
are using hibernate and annotations. They tend to be simple classes with
just variables, getters, setters.



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I tried creating a couple of classes that would show the problem, and both seemed tow work. SHort of giving you SVN access to our entire project I am not sure what I can do.

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