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Eric Mckenna wrote:

Using 3.0, how do I export Live Templates, that I have defined?


Templates in group Foo are stored in config/templates/Foo.xml. You can
extract the actual templates from the XML file, or you can make sure all
templates you want to export belong to a specific template group and
then copy the entire XML file for that group.

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Hmm... thats what i thought.
But, I do not see any config or template directories under my 3.0 install
directory.
I did upgrade to 3.0 from 2.6 and see the config/templates directory under
the 2.6 install directory. The custom Live templates that i had for 2.6
were automatically imported into the 3.0 during install.


"Jonas Kvarnstr?m" <jonkv@ida.liu.se> wrote in message
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Eric Mckenna wrote:

Using 3.0, how do I export Live Templates, that I have defined?

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Templates in group Foo are stored in config/templates/Foo.xml. You can
extract the actual templates from the XML file, or you can make sure all
templates you want to export belong to a specific template group and
then copy the entire XML file for that group.

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The config and system directories in IDEA 3.0 have been moved to the
.IntelliJIdea directory in your home directory. This is generally
someplace like "C:\Documents and Settings\]]>\.IntelliJIdea" on
Windows 2000/XP, or "$HOME/.IntelliJIdea" on Unix.

Eric Mckenna wrote:

Hmm... thats what i thought.
But, I do not see any config or template directories under my 3.0 install
directory.
I did upgrade to 3.0 from 2.6 and see the config/templates directory under
the 2.6 install directory. The custom Live templates that i had for 2.6
were automatically imported into the 3.0 during install.


"Jonas Kvarnstr?m" <jonkv@ida.liu.se> wrote in message
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>>Eric Mckenna wrote:
>>
>>>Using 3.0, how do I export Live Templates, that I have defined?
>>
>>Templates in group Foo are stored in config/templates/Foo.xml. You can
>>extract the actual templates from the XML file, or you can make sure all
>>templates you want to export belong to a specific template group and
>>then copy the entire XML file for that group.
>>



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Gordon Tyler
Software Developer, R&D
Sitraka (now part of Quest Software)
"Performance is Mission Critical"

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