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IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.3 and TeamCity 5.1.3 Released

Jessica Thornsby
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PLUS, meet CoffeeScript – a new language that compiles into JavaScript.

Bug Fixes for Java Service Wrapper

Version 3.5.2 of Java Service Wrapper is out now.

This tool supports Java Service Wrapper development, in addition to providing alert emails, event commands and the ability to set initial and maximum memory levels, based on the total amount of system memory.

This is primarily a bug fix release, which addressesissues where invalid characters in the configuration files would cause the Wrapper to crash on startup; and a problem with the names and displayNames in WrapperWin32Service instances being corrupted. It also implements logic in the wrapper script that attempts to change the permissions of the wrapper binary to executable, if it isn’t set.

IntelliJ IDEA Gets Support for HTML 5

IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.3 is out now!

This release features a new UI for merging Subversion branches, support for Grails 1.3.x and initial support for HTML 5. It also comes with a new Password Safe tool for storing encrypted passwords, and an updated Flex debugger. It was released alongside the PyCharm Beta release, a new IDE for Python, which comes with support for Django and Google App Engine.

TeamCity CMS 5.1.3

TeamCity 5.1.3 is now available.

TeamCity is a distributed build management and continuous integration server.

This release adds support for Cucumber 0.8.5 and RSpec 2.0 beta. The Rake runner can now use interpreters installed by means of RVM, and GIT is used from PATH environment variable for agent-side checkout, if others are not found.

Meets CoffeeScript

CoffeeScript is a new language that compiles into JavaScript. The CoffeeScript compiler is written in pure CoffeeScript, using a DSL on top of the Jison parser generator. It is available as a Node.js utility. The core compiler can run in server-side-JavaScript environments, or in the browser. It does not depend on Node. CoffeeScript is described as using “Python-style significant whitespace”and functions are defined by a list of parameters, an arrow, and the function body.

The current version is 0.7.2.

Quick Fix for Atmosphere

Atmosphere 0.6.1 is now available.

Atmosphere is a POJO based framework using Inversion of Control. This is described as a “quick release” that fixes six bugs, and updates to Grizzly 1.9.19-beta6.

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