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This document describes how to configure, run and deploy the Logtalk Plugin for IntelliJ.
logtalk-idea. In the `Project location` text field write: `<LOGTALK_DIR>/coding/idea`. Click Finish.
This plugin uses Gradle. In order to build and test the plugin from IntelliJ, open the Gradle view:
(View menu, select `Tool Windows -> Gradle`).
In the Gradle view, available Gradle tasks can be found under
Tasks -> intellij.
To see the plugin in action, execute the
A new IntelliJ instance will run with the plugin installed.
plugin.xmldeployment descriptor. It is located in the `resources/META-INF/` directory.
buildPluginGradle task. A deployable plugin jar file will be generated under the `build/distributions/` directory.
Take the jar file and copy it to your local IntelliJ plugin repository (typically at `~/.IntelliJIdeaXXX/config/plugins`). You may need to restart IntelliJ to see the changes applied. Do not forget to verify in the Settings dialog that the plugin is enabled.