New EAP builds?

I know I shouldn't ask this b/c its redundant (guess its ready when its ready, right?)... but: Will there be a new EAP build anytime soon now? Seems we're running out of topics in the EAP forums.
Really appreciating JetBrains' EAP/"continuous deployment" for willing developers, but its really quite some time now since b#3144 (Fabrique now integrated?) and then quite a few of us want (need) to test with new builds.

regards,

Messi

P.S.: Please, don't flame me for this post, I'm just missing new EAPs to "devlop with pleasure" ;) so I said what bothered me... if you think this is redundant, ignore it.

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And can we get some documentation on how to configure J2ME in the next release :)

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We are working on it, sorry for the long delay.
The new build will include many bugfixes as well as the new installer.

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Best regards,
Eugene Zhuravlev
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"Develop with pleasure!"

"Bernhard Messerer" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:17469949.1105512144509.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...
>I know I shouldn't ask this b/c its redundant (guess its ready when its ready, right?)... but: Will there be a new EAP build
>anytime soon now? Seems we're running out of topics in the EAP forums.

Really appreciating JetBrains' EAP/"continuous deployment" for willing developers, but its really quite some time now since b#3144
(Fabrique now integrated?) and then quite a few of us want (need) to test with new builds.

>

regards,

>

Messi

>

P.S.: Please, don't flame me for this post, I'm just missing new EAPs to "devlop with pleasure" ;) so I said what bothered me...
if you think this is redundant, ignore it.



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Eugene Zhuravlev (JetBrains) wrote:

We are working on it, sorry for the long delay.
The new build will include many bugfixes as well as the new installer.


New installer?

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Native windows installer. 18M loss on download size.

Eugene Zhuravlev (JetBrains) wrote:

>> We are working on it, sorry for the long delay.
>> The new build will include many bugfixes as well as the new
>> installer.

New installer?



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Maxim Shafirov wrote:

Native windows installer. 18M loss on download size.


Nice ;)

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Huh, that indeed sounds good... for Windows users with a modem line ;)
Just kidding, sure its a good feature for probably most of the users (according to most statistics Java developers are mainly working on Windows)... a bit disappointed that the "great feature" that is reason for the long delay doesn't affect me... working on Linux. Still looking forward for the bug-fixes.
BTW: I wonder, does JB have an IDEA (joke-applause! ;) how many users are working on which platform? Is JB at least willing to publish the no. of downloads (or EAP downloads) for the various platforms?
I'd be interested because I chose Linux to develop on not for "religious" reasons but it seems to have better "schedulers" (e.g. Full Virus scan, which is performed daily here :( can block Windows quite well for an hour ow two, seems it cannot distribute HDD-access bandwidth well between tasks or something like this). Sure, there are a few other technical reasons but overally I'd prefer Windows XP because its really easier to work with within a Win32 network.
Still, I guess Linux/Unix users are more common among Java developers than anywhere else (not counting religious followers :-).

Comments for this off-topic and too long post?

Messi

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Bernhard Messerer wrote:

Comments for this off-topic and too long post?

Messi


I think pretty much anything marginally related to IDEA/JetBrains is
fair-game in the jetbrains.intellij.community newsgroup. As for the
download/usage figures, if no one answers here (e.g. I wouldn't know
those numbers), then you might want to contact sales with an email; they
might be able to answer your question.

--
Rob Harwood
Software Developer
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Bernhard Messerer wrote:

Still, I guess Linux/Unix users are more common among Java developers
than anywhere else (not counting religious followers :).


Does that mean not counting Mac users? :p

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In article <csh3kt$mmv$1@is.intellij.net>,
Mark Derricutt <mark@talios.com> wrote:

Bernhard Messerer wrote:

Still, I guess Linux/Unix users are more common among Java developers
than anywhere else (not counting religious followers :).


Does that mean not counting Mac users? :p


I'm sure there are less Mac users than religious followers (that is if
you mean of any type).

Dang man, where's that build? Can we get a Mac and Linux build? The
hell with windows people they can wait, they always get everything first
anyway :) Give them a zip which is what they're going to ask for
anyway.... hehehe... come on...

R

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Dang man, where's that build? Can we get a Mac and Linux build? The
hell with windows people they can wait, they always get everything first
anyway :) Give them a zip which is what they're going to ask for
anyway.... hehehe... come on...


Heh - I'm sitting here waiting to hit enter on "rpmbbuild -bb idea.spec"
as well - roll out the builds!

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