Does this feature exist? Import statement to jar file

I was curious if there was a way for IntelliJ to show or popup what JAR file
an import statement is being pulled from. I think this would be SUPER useful
when you have tons of jar files in a project and could also help debug
problems where certain classes might be included twice (Think weblogic.jars
and any xml parsing/web service jars).

Does this exist? If not, how hard would it be to add?

--Grant
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Grant Gochnauer
http://www.gochnauer.org


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Grant Gochnauer wrote:

>I was curious if there was a way for IntelliJ to show or popup what JAR file
>an import statement is being pulled from.
>


1/ Type on the class, in the import statement
=> IDEA decompiles the class.
2/ , and select Commander.
=> the jar path appears in the title bar of the left panel.

Alain

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Actually, you just need to do step 1. It shows the jar name in IDEA's title bar.

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Perfect!! I should have thought of that. I use CTRL-B all the time. haha
--Grant


"Alain Ravet" <alain.ravet.list@wanadoo.be> wrote in message
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Grant Gochnauer wrote:

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>I was curious if there was a way for IntelliJ to show or popup what JAR

file

>an import statement is being pulled from.
>

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1/ Type on the class, in the import statement
=> IDEA decompiles the class.
2/ , and select Commander.
=> the jar path appears in the title bar of the left panel.

>

Alain

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