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IDE Plugin

This feature mimics the behavior of the 'eclipse', 'idea', etc. Gradle plugins for Flex projects. It generates IDE configuration files and puts the dependencies from the Gradle/Maven cache on the IDE's build path. It consists of subplugins for both FlashBuilder and Intellij which can be applied separately.

If you want support for all supported IDE's load the plugin like this:

apply plugin: 'ide'

In any other case just apply the required subplugins.

Sub-plugins

There is a plugin for each of the following IDE's; each plugin has its matching task:

IDE load plugin execute task

IDE Load plugin Execute task
FlashBuilder apply plugin: 'flashbuilder' gradle flashbuilder
IntelliJ IDEA apply plugin: 'ideafx' gradle idea

The IDEA plugin was named ideafx to avoid conflicts with the existing 'java' idea plugin.

Every IDE plugin depends on the Scaffold plugin (cf. :doc:`templates_plugin`) that generates the directory structure and the main application file.

Each of these plugins also has a matching clean task; for instance you could remove all the FlashBuilder configuration files from a project by executing gradle flashbuilderClean.

FlashBuilder plugin

Load the plugin:

apply plugin: 'flashbuilder'

Run the associated task:

gradle flashbuilder

With all conventions the output for a swf application might be something like this:

:my-first-app:scaffold
Creating directory structure
    src/main/actionscript
    src/main/resources
    src/test/actionscript
    src/test/resources
Creating main class
    src/main/actionscript/Main.mxml
::my-first-app:flashbuilder
Verifying project properties compatibility with FlashBuilder
    OK
Creating FlashBuilder project files
    .project
    .actionScriptProperties
    .flexProperties

BUILD SUCCESSFULL

To clean the project, i.e. remove all FlashBuilder configuration files:

gradle flashbuilderClean

IDEA Intellij plugin

Load the plugin:

apply plugin: 'ideafx'

Run the associated task:

gradle idea

With all conventions the output for a swf application might be something like this:

:my-first-app:scaffold
Creating directory structure
                src/main/actionscript
                src/main/resources
                src/test/actionscript
                src/test/resources
Creating main class
                src/main/actionscript/Main.mxml
:my-first-app:idea
Verifying project properties compatibility with IntelliJ IDEA
Creating IntelliJ IDEA project files

BUILD SUCCESSFUL

To clean the project, i.e. remove all IDEA configuration files:

gradle ideaClean