[ANN] MiniWiki plugin, v0.1

see:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/MiniWikiPlugin

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This plugin activates in text files.

In those files, you can identify other files, or classes, with
- an absolute path
/Users/you/project/note.txt

- a relative path
../../readme.txt

- a simple name reference
plugin.xml
readme.txt


, and jump to them with .

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In the 2 examples below, all the file names (doc.txt, bugs.txt) and
classes FQN (a.b.c.A) are active links:
-> place the caret on them, and press
===> the file/class is opened in an editor.



Wiki-like
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(If you keep project notes, readme, doc, todo, .. in text files, you can
unify them with this plugin, and quickly jump from one to the other.)

Example/file "readme.txt":

You'll find more info in doc.txt.
Bugs are kept in ../bugs/version1.txt
the plugin config is ../META-INF/plugin.xml



Bug-lists
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If you keep a bug list in a text file, you can make an active link to a
java class.

Example/file "bugs.txt":

bug in version 0.1
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bug 001: a.b.c.A is empty



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todo:
- create files by intention
- publish source (as soon as the next build works on MacOS X)
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Attachment(s):
MiniWiki-v0.1.png
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The source of v0.1 is now available:

http://www.intellij.org/twiki/pub/Main/MiniWikiPlugin/MiniWikiPlugin-v01.zip


It's a full DevKit project
=> you must set up a IntelliJ SDK *1, and link it to the module.

Once it's done, just run the
"launch 2nd instance"
run config.


Alain


*1 : on MacOS X,
IDE settings.JDK & Global libraries
press "Add IntelliJ IDEA"
select the current "IntelliJ EAP.app" as home
attach it to

Project Settings.Path.Libraries
target JDK: use module specific (select the one you've just created)

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