Status of IDEA 3.0

Going through the tracker I found that all features that were defined for
the Idea 3.0 product has been implemented. So what ever feature we see in
the current build of Idea is what we finally get, which is cool.

There are currently around 60 bugs (give and take another 40 bugs) that are
to be fixed for Idea 3.0.

My question is that what will Jetbrains do regarding
a. the 114 bugs that have their state set to "To be discussed"
b. the 32 bugs that have their state set to "Problem"

Also what are the plans of the release of Idea 3.0, will there be a release
candidate for Idea 3.0, or will Jetbrains just release it as a final product
?


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BTW, you haven't answered my question concerning bug 6188... :)

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"Saumendra Poddar" <greencap@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Going through the tracker I found that all features that were defined for
the Idea 3.0 product has been implemented. So what ever feature we see in
the current build of Idea is what we finally get, which is cool.

>

There are currently around 60 bugs (give and take another 40 bugs) that

are

to be fixed for Idea 3.0.

>

My question is that what will Jetbrains do regarding
a. the 114 bugs that have their state set to "To be discussed"
b. the 32 bugs that have their state set to "Problem"

>

Also what are the plans of the release of Idea 3.0, will there be a

release

candidate for Idea 3.0, or will Jetbrains just release it as a final

product

?

>
>


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Saumendra,

I'd just be happy if discussion could be more concrete, so

My question is that what will Jetbrains do regarding
a. the 114 bugs that have their state set to "To be discussed"

Do you have something to say that may end up the discussion in at least one
of those 114 bugs?

b. the 32 bugs that have their state set to "Problem"

Do you have any information that may help resolve at least one of those 32
problems?

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Maxim Shafirov
JetBrains, Inc / IntelliJ Software
http://www.intellij.com
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