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Launching IntelliJ to use plugin from the command line #58

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ericzundel opened this Issue Oct 9, 2015 · 2 comments

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ericzundel commented Oct 9, 2015

It would be easy for users if there was a shortcut to get their project(s) configured in the plugin. I'm thinking of an interface where users could easily create a project from the command line.

./pants idea-plugin foo:: bar:: baz::

This is the way 'idea' works today, but we want the features of the plugin. Maybe the idea-plugin task could write out some kind of config to a file somewhere that the plugin could detect when IntelliJ is launched?

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wisechengyi commented Apr 11, 2016

What would be a good goal name for this? plugin, idea-plugin, init-idea-plugin? Open to options of better names.

cc @stuhood @peiyuwang @baroquebobcat @ericzundel @benjyw @patricklaw

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Introduce `idea-plugin` goal to invoke intellij pants plugin via CLI
This change enables calling intellij pants plugin from cli to import the targets/directories specified. pantsbuild/intellij-pants-plugin#58

Similar to `idea` goal, `idea-plugin` goal makes a skeleton `ipr` project file, and in addition fill in the workspace `iws` file with target specs and project path, so the plugin will know how to continue to import the project as if the user is doing so.

Only dep is bootstrap.
```
[tw-mbp-yic pants (from_cli)]$ ./pants --explain idea-plugin
Goal Execution Order:

bootstrap -> idea-plugin

Goal [TaskRegistrar->Task] Order:

bootstrap [jar-dependency-management->JarDependencyManagementSetup_bootstrap_jar_dependency_management, bootstrap-jvm-tools->BootstrapJvmTools_bootstrap_bootstrap_jvm_tools]
idea-plugin [idea-plugin->PluginGen_idea_plugin]
```

Example:
`./pants idea-plugin --no-open examples/src/python/example/hello/main/ examples/tests/java/org/pantsbuild/example/hello/greet/` will generate a `iws` file containing targets and project path. (only one project path because that's the directory intellij is going to zoom into):
```
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<project version="4">
  <component name="PropertiesComponent">
    <property name="targets" value="['/Users/yic/workspace/pants/examples/src/python/example/hello/main/', '/Users/yic/workspace/pants/examples/tests/java/org/pantsbuild/example/hello/greet/']" />
    <property name="project_path" value="/Users/yic/workspace/pants/examples/src/python/example/hello/main/" />
  </component>
</project>
```

Other change:
set default java language level to 8 for IdeGen

Testing Done:
https://travis-ci.org/pantsbuild/pants/builds/128569526

Bugs closed: 3187

Reviewed at https://rbcommons.com/s/twitter/r/3664/
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wisechengyi commented Aug 17, 2016

idea-plugin has been live since 1.4.3 https://github.com/pantsbuild/intellij-pants-plugin/releases

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