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Launch second instance of IDEA with debugging configuration and having plugin installed, then make remote debugging to it from first instance.
Please, check out http://www.intellij.org, you can find more details about the topic

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Or decide that that's too much of a hassle, and simply scatter System.out.println() all over. You'll need to hack the idea.lax file to send standard out somewhere convenient.

--Dave "That's what I do, anyway" Griffith

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Thanx guys for all the helps above.

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how do i hack the idea.lax so i can see the system.outs?

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http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/PluginTesting

neow wrote:

how do i hack the idea.lax so i can see the system.outs?


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Martin Fuhrer
Fuhrer Engineering AG
http://www.fuhrer.com

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The easiest way to debug a plugin is to run it through the DevKit.
It even lets you compile/run/debug a plugin for an older version of IDEA.

Alain

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Alain,
Since he's talking about idea.lax he probably isn't on Irida...

Alain Ravet wrote:

The easiest way to debug a plugin is to run it through the DevKit.
It even lets you compile/run/debug a plugin for an older version of IDEA.

Alain


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Martin Fuhrer
Fuhrer Engineering AG
http://www.fuhrer.com

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Hello Alain,

AR> The easiest way to debug a plugin is to run it through the DevKit.
AR> It even lets you compile/run/debug a plugin for an older version of
AR> IDEA.

If you run Irida. If you run Pallada, you can use this:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/PluginANTScript (it work the
same way, but allow you develop under JDK 1.5 and deploy it to IDEA ;))

Thanks!
--
Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops BI
http://www.topsbi.ru

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