Alain Ravet wrote:
Somewhat dedicated for plugin writers. Work in progress though.-- Maxim ShafirovJetBrains Inc.http://www.intellij.com"Develop with pleasure!"
In other words don't try it?ROn 10/29/04 7:31 AM, in article email@example.com, "MaximShafirov (JetBrains)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Somewhat dedicated for plugin writers. Work in progress though.
Hello, Maxim!You wrote on Fri, 29 Oct 2004 15:31:52 +0400: MSJ> Somewhat dedicated for plugin writers. Work in progress though.Is realy good news Max! :)Some suggestions:
Deploy from zip archive to sanbox. For example, my ANT build, will
build zip file, and will be fine if DevKit deploy it to sandbox, the same way as it will be deployed by Plugin Manager.
Run IDEA under JRE of IDEA, not JDK of Project. I use JDK 1.5 for my
plugins, but also i use -target jsr14, so, if i Run my plugin by DevKit, it run it under JDK 1.5.... to be continuedThanks!--Alexey Efimov, Java DeveloperTops-BIhttp://www.topsbi.ru
Robert Sfeir wrote:
In other words don't try it?
One just has some problems due build scrambling in 3075 (fixed). There's already something to try actually as next build is available.-- Maxim ShafirovJetBrains Inc.http://www.intellij.com"Develop with pleasure!"
I've checked the forums, and the wiki, but could find no info about the purpose, and the way to use the DevKit plugin.Could somebody give me a hint, or a link?Alain
It's some support for plugin development. It adds a 'plugin' run configuration type which launches another copy of IDEA with the currently developed plugin deployed to it. But currently it's not very stable.See also discussion here: http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jsp?forum=22&thread=114423Alain Ravet wrote:
It's some support for plugin development...
>Thanks,You put me on the tracks. I had to fiddle a little, but I finally got it to work.Alain
You put me on the tracks. I had to fiddle a little, but I finally got it to work.
Lucky you! It worked for me with a small test plugin, but failed with a real-world plugin consisting of several modules.
Martin Fuhrer wrote:
Well, I spoke too fast:I loaded a small plugin - LineUpDownMover - code into a fresh project. After some fiddling, I could have the plugin start, but I can't use the plugin in the 2nd instance : http://intellij.net/forums/thread.jsp?forum=23&thread=114805I found the key, so I could enter the car and start the engine.But it makes a strange noise, and doesn't move an inch.Alain