Thanks for the suggestion, I have added few screenshots to the plugin page
As George said, at the moment there is only a GUI support. I will be
focusing on shell integration after implementing few features and fixing
all issues there.
2014-08-01 2:32 GMT+02:00 George Gastaldi <ggastald(a)redhat.com>:
I am preparing a video about this plugin. Had to find how to change
to use JDK1.7 on Mac first (it's in the info.plist file inside the package
There isn't a console support yet, but IDEA has a Terminal window that
allows you to run the console version natively. Therefore some of the
commands that exist in eclipse (cd #/) and the linked editors do not exist.
> Em 31/07/2014, às 19:26, "Max Rydahl Andersen"
>> On 31 Jul 2014, at 15:51, Adam Wyłuda wrote:
>> For anyone interested in IntelliJ-Forge integration progress, it is
>> possible to test the pre-release version of the plugin.
>> To install the plugin, go to IntelliJ Settings -> Plugins -> Browse
>> Repositories and search for JBoss Forge IDEA Plugin. To start
>> with Forge press Ctrl+Alt+4.
>> Plugin can be also downloaded from:
>> I'd be more than happy to hear your feedback!
> really cool - maybe add a page somewhere with some screenshots and
> examples of
> what can be done ?
> also just because i'm curious - how is the feature comparison with this
> plugin for intellij
> vs eclipse plugin ?
> Does it have a console, suport for cd #/, "linked editors" etc. or is
> currently purely
> what corresponds to Ctrl+4 in eclipse ?
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