Plugin SDK for Mac

I have downloaded the source for the CE 10 and as I have read on google, this is the SDK for the Plugin Development Kit. FYI the tutorial is out of date on the JetBrains site as it shows to download the Plugin.

Anyways I select the root of the downloaded folder as the IntelliJ SDK and it does not seem to detect the SDK. Is there a specific folder I need to be selecting for Mac OS X?

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Hello Brian,

You should select the directory where your IntelliJ IDEA is installed, not
the directory with the source code.

I have downloaded the source for the CE 10 and as I have read on
google, this is the SDK for the Plugin Development Kit. FYI the
tutorial is out of date on the JetBrains site as it shows to download
the Plugin.

Anyways I select the root of the downloaded folder as the IntelliJ SDK
and it does not seem to detect the SDK. Is there a specific folder I
need to be selecting for Mac OS X?


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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So would that be /Users/<username>/Applications/IntelliJ.app? I am on a Mac so this would be an application. I tried adding the location of the .app and that didn't work either.

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Ok it looks like adding the plugin sdk is finally working. I guess I had to setup the JDK first.

Here are the screenshots of what my config looks like,

however it still doesn't seem to be finding the openapi actionSystem


EDIT: I spoke too soon. For those that were having the same trouble as me be sure to go into the Project Settings and set the SDK to the IntelliJ SDK after you have set them up.



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