Can't add jars to my project

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Hello,

I can't add external libraries to my specific project that I created using the plugin - they dont appear in the external libraries.

I created My ModuleBuilder - that only extends JavaModuleBuilder and I override the ModuleType.

I created also my ModuleType - that only has the name, icon and stuff.

But once I created the specific project through my plugin I can't add any jars + when I go into the Project Structure and go to Modules - I only have the name of the project and nothing more - in contrast to the regular Java Project.

This is the code of the Builder:

 

package Module;

import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.JavaModuleBuilder;
import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.ModuleBuilderListener;
import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.ModuleWizardStep;
import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.WizardContext;
import com.intellij.openapi.Disposable;
import com.intellij.openapi.module.Module;
import com.intellij.openapi.module.ModuleType;
import com.intellij.openapi.options.ConfigurationException;
import com.intellij.openapi.roots.ModifiableRootModel;
import org.jetbrains.annotations.NotNull;
import org.jetbrains.annotations.Nullable;

public class AgentZeroModuleBuilder extends JavaModuleBuilder {

@Override
public ModuleType getModuleType() {
return AgentZeroModuleType.getInstance();
}

}


this is the code of the Type:
package Module;

import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.JavaModuleBuilder;
import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.ModuleBuilder;
import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.ModuleWizardStep;
import com.intellij.ide.util.projectWizard.WizardContext;
import com.intellij.openapi.module.ModuleType;
import com.intellij.openapi.module.ModuleTypeManager;
import com.intellij.openapi.roots.ui.configuration.ModulesProvider;
import com.intellij.openapi.util.IconLoader;
import org.jetbrains.annotations.NotNull;

import javax.swing.*;

import com.intellij.openapi.module.ModuleType;

import javax.swing.*;

/**
* @author Konstantin Bulenkov
*/
public class AgentZeroModuleType extends ModuleType<AgentZeroModuleBuilder> {
private static final String ID = "AGENTZERO_MODULE_TYPE";

public AgentZeroModuleType() {
super(ID);
}

public static AgentZeroModuleType getInstance() {
return (AgentZeroModuleType) ModuleTypeManager.getInstance().findByID(ID);
}

@NotNull
@Override
public AgentZeroModuleBuilder createModuleBuilder() {
return new AgentZeroModuleBuilder();
}

@NotNull
@Override
public String getName() {
return "Demo Module Type";
}

@NotNull
@Override
public String getDescription() {
return "Demo Module Type";
}


@Override
public Icon getNodeIcon(@Deprecated boolean b) {
return IconLoader.getIcon("/Icons/new-project.png");
}

}


and there's a problem in the project structure that says:

Library Plugin Jars is not used

but that doesnt happen if I create a regular java project without any java file that uses the jars.

 

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What is the purpose of AgentZeroModuleType? What is its registration in plugin.xml?

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this is the registration:

 

<moduleType id="AGENTZERO_MODULE" implementationClass="Module.AgentZeroModuleType"/>

There is a specific module that needs to be created..
We actually managed to fix the problem but now we need to proceed to the Run Configurations -
I added configurationType to the plugin - but now I want it to be completed automatically once I create
a AgentZero Module.. the fields I need to complete are inside Application Configurations:
Main Class
Program Arguments
Working Directory
Use classpath of Module - this one doesnt even show me the module I created...

Thanks for the help
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See org.jetbrains.idea.devkit.module.PluginModuleBuilder#commitModule as sample for automatically creating run configuration

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Can't find org.jetbrains.idea.devkit.module.PluginModuleBuilder on web, could you write the URL?

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It is part of Devkit plugin part of IntelliJ Community sources.

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Sorry for my stupidity but I don't understand what you're talking about..

I entered this URL https://github.com/JetBrains/intellij-community and wanted to search for the code you talked about.

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I highly suggest to checkout IntelliJ Community Edition sources, otherwise you'll be unable to find sample code easily.

See its README.md for required steps, then you can just use "Goto Class"

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