IDEA Lax options closely guarded secret ??

Hello,
Is there a FAQ or documentation, which covers the IDEA lax file options available??
(if there is none could we add it to the un official FAQ section in the community site ? )
Detailing what to use, where to use and why to use please

It would be useful for all of us so that we can customize the options available if we need to.

Your help is appreciated.

Cheers,
Parthi.

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Thanks for that mate :)

IDEA start up options,
Will the JetBrains folks list it out to please

That will be of great help

cheers,
parthi.

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Those you might be interested in (in order of appearance):

-Dcvs.print.output=true - debug CVS output
-Didea.no.launcher=true - disable IDEA run launcher (may cause some difficulties with custom classloaders or near
advanced stuff, used for Ctrl+Break dump stack trace feature).
-Didea.additional.classpath=xxx - add some more stuff to IDEA's own classpath.
-Didea.plugins.load=false - do not load installed plugins.
-Didea.popup.weight=[medium|heavy] - heavyweight or lightweight popup menus.
-Didea.home.path=xxx - IDEA installation folder
-Didea.system.path=xxx - IDEA caches folder
-Didea.config.path=xxx - IDEA config folder
-Didea.plugins.path=xxx - IDEA plugins installation folder
-Didea.aspectj.support=enabled - enable AspectJ support. Not complete and not supported currently.
-Didea.testingFramework.mockJDK=xxx - home folder for the mock JDK used in IDEA testing framework
-Didea.jars.nocopy=true - disabling copy jars used in the project classpath to the IDEA caches. Leads to those files are
locked and can't be modified/replaced/deleted by other tools.
-Dcatalina.home=xxx - Tomcat home dir
-Didea.no.jdk.check=true - disable check for running under bundled JDK. Use this at your own risk and please do not
submit bugs occured when running with this option on.

Is this what you've been asking for?

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IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
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yessssssss

we need this info to be put in our un official FAQ in the community site

there was one other option noverify ??

We should have all those start up options listed in the FAQ, customize if needed

cheers,
Parthi.

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

-Dcatalina.home=xxx - Tomcat home dir


Heh, there's an interesting one, if I set this will it always show up
and auto configure my webapp run configs? :)

R

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

> -Dcatalina.home=xxx - Tomcat home dir

>Heh, there's an interesting one, if I set this will it >always show up
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show up what? R

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>and auto configure my webapp run configs? :)
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hehe i have another option, if i set that up it will read my mind ;) and write code for me :D
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>R


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Another one top secret feature:
-Doptimize.imports=true - remove unused import statements on the fly, i.e. no need to press Ctrl-Alt-O

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"Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains)" <max@intellij.com> wrote in message news:c1vms7$mmq$1@is.intellij.net...

Those you might be interested in (in order of appearance):

>

-Dcvs.print.output=true - debug CVS output
-Didea.no.launcher=true - disable IDEA run launcher (may cause some difficulties with custom classloaders or near
advanced stuff, used for Ctrl+Break dump stack trace feature).
-Didea.additional.classpath=xxx - add some more stuff to IDEA's own classpath.
-Didea.plugins.load=false - do not load installed plugins.
-Didea.popup.weight=[medium|heavy] - heavyweight or lightweight popup menus.
-Didea.home.path=xxx - IDEA installation folder
-Didea.system.path=xxx - IDEA caches folder
-Didea.config.path=xxx - IDEA config folder
-Didea.plugins.path=xxx - IDEA plugins installation folder
-Didea.aspectj.support=enabled - enable AspectJ support. Not complete and not supported currently.
-Didea.testingFramework.mockJDK=xxx - home folder for the mock JDK used in IDEA testing framework
-Didea.jars.nocopy=true - disabling copy jars used in the project classpath to the IDEA caches. Leads to those files are
locked and can't be modified/replaced/deleted by other tools.
-Dcatalina.home=xxx - Tomcat home dir
-Didea.no.jdk.check=true - disable check for running under bundled JDK. Use this at your own risk and please do not
submit bugs occured when running with this option on.

>

Is this what you've been asking for?

>

--
Maxim Shafirov
IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"



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