Spring plugin

I would like to know the url for the source of the bundled plugins. There are a few plugins available in the git-repo, but I can't seem to find the Spring plugin. I want to take a look at it's sources, to find out what's best practice for Facets, XML parsing with DomElement etc. Does anyone have the URL to those sources?

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Hello WarnerJan,

The Spring plugin is not open-source.

I would like to know the url for the source of the bundled plugins.
There are a few plugins available in the git-repo, but I can't seem to
find the Spring plugin. I want to take a look at it's sources, to find
out what's best practice for Facets, XML parsing with DomElement etc.
Does anyone have the URL to those sources?


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Dmitry Jemerov
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You can use Struts2 plugin as example for these tasks which is opensource and available via http://git.jetbrains.org/?p=idea/contrib.git;a=tree;f=struts2;hb=HEAD

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Thanks for the link Yann. Is that plugin v9 already? Or are there only a few differences?

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Hello Warner,

that's the current V9 trunk.

Yann

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Hi Dmitry,

I'm writing a plugin which needs to integrate with the Spring plugin. Where can I find some information about its extension point, given that it's not open source? What I'm trying to achieve is instruct the plugin about the type of bean a custom XML schema element is creating. I know I can put some annotations inside the XSD, but I'm not sure where to find examples for that.

Thanks in advance!
    Arik.

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Hi Arik,

Check the "spring-tool-3.0.xsd" schema from spring itself.
The documentation comments inside should make things pretty clear.

Cheers,
Taras

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Hi Taras,

Thanks - but I've already did, and it got my half-way. For simple XML tags where I know in advance the bean class, it works great :) But when the class is determined by an attribute on the XML tag, I'm struck out. I'm familiar with the IntelliJ plugin API, so I can implement an extension point of the spring plugin - but I don't know which one... can you perhaps point me in the right direction?

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