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JetBrains MPS 2017.1

build: 171.1065
release date: 3-rd April 2017
release notes: MPS 2017.1

JetBrains MPS distribution

File

Description

Size

MD5

MPS-2017.1.exe

Windows installer

244.69 Mb

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MPS-2017.1-macos-jdk-bundled.dmg

Mac Os X installer bundled with open jdk 1.8 custom build

301.02 Mb

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MPS-2017.1-macos.dmg

Mac Os X installer

214.2 Mb

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MPS-2017.1.tar.gz

Unix gzipped tarball

212.94 Mb

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MPS-2017.1.zip

Unified package

214.15 Mb

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MPS IntelliJ IDEA plugin

File

Description

Size

MD5

MPS-2017.1-plugin.zip

IDEA plugin

77.28 Mb

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How to Get Started

JetBrains MPS

  1. Install JDK 8.0 or later (custom JDK 8 is bundled with MPS installation for Windows and Mac OS X).
  2. Unpack the downloaded JetBrains MPS zip file or run the exe file.
  3. Use .sh or .bat script in the bin of the distributive to start JetBrains MPS.

MPS IntelliJ IDEA plugin

  1. Stop IntelliJ IDEA
  2. Unpack the downloaded IDEA plugin zip file into the IntelliJ IDEA configuration plugin folder (See the details on enabling MPS in IntelliJ IDEA)
  3. Start IntelliJ IDEA
  4. The plugin should be listed among the installed plugins
  5. Add the MPS facet to your project of choise
  6. Create an MPS model inside your project and let the fun begin
  7. Check out the MPS User Guide for Java developers for detailed guidelines

Additional Information

The sample projects can be opened from the welcome screen

Previous builds

 

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