Play! Console in IntelliJ IDEA

Did you know that IntelliJ IDEA 11 provides an integrated Play Framework console?

Start it from “Tools” menu, complete Play! commands, use command history, analyze output.
Play! with pleasure!

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6 Responses to Play! Console in IntelliJ IDEA

  1. Marc says:

    I have IDEA 11 and the playframework bundled plugin installed but I don’t see that option on my tools window. What’s the trick to get it to appear?

  2. vijaykiran says:

    You may need to open a Play Project.

  3. Brent says:

    I have the play framework running in intelliJ, but the only way i can see to debug the project is by opening an additional remote debug configuration. Can I debug while using the play tool?

  4. Sergio says:

    When are you planning support for play 2.0 ?

  5. Peter Dietz says:

    I noticed that Play! can generate an IDEA project .iml file for you, so that you atleast get code-completion and other assistance from IDEA. Just run the command play idea from your terminal. See: http://www.playframework.org/documentation/2.0.1/IDE

  6. krzemian says:

    Is there a setup for IntelliJ Idea 12? The only solution I found is to manually configure an SBT console

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