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This plugin is available on the JetBrains IntelliJ plugin repository.
Because of this, you can install the plugin through IntelliJ’s internal plugin browser. Navigate to
File -> Settings -> Plugins and click the
Browser Repositories... button at the bottom of the window. In the search
box, simply search for
Minecraft and this plugin will be the only result it shows. You can install it from there and
restart IntelliJ to activate the plugin.
Make sure you have Java 8 installed.
Build the plugin with:
The output .zip file for the plugin will be in
Test the plugin in IntelliJ with:
Code is generated during the build task, to run the generation task without building use:
This task is necessary to work on the code without errors before the initial build.
The Gradle IntelliJ Plugin will handle downloading the IntelliJ dependencies and packaging the plugin.
Copy the contents of the
idea-configs directory into your
.idea directory to quickly setup useful
run configurations and copyright settings.
This project will follow DemonWav’s Java style guidelines (lol, Google’s style slightly modified). Link here.
We have a few ambiguous labels on the issues page, so here are their definitions:
platform: all - An issue which applies to all supported platforms (
platform: main - Multiple platforms, containing at least
Forge. It can contain either of the other two as
well, as long as it doesn’t contain all of them. In that case,
platform: all would be more appropriate, of course.
platform: multi - Any issue with more than two platforms which doesn’t fall under the first two categories.
This project is licensed under MIT.