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Tag Archives: Maven
Yes, you’ve read it correctly. No mistake here. It’s been one year since we open-sourced IntelliJ IDEA and announced its free Community Edition. If you are curious to know the results of that bold move and see some stats and … Continue reading
JARs of many frameworks and their dependencies get updated too often now. But you do not want to turn your project into a Maven project just because of this? Then this feature is just for you. In IntelliJ IDEA 10 … Continue reading
Anyone working on large Maven projects knows well about how hard it is to keep in mind all the dependencies between modules and libraries; and even harder, to resolve conflicts between them. We’ve greatly improved Maven Dependencies Diagram to make … Continue reading
Sometimes while editing pom.xml one needs to define a property and replace the occurrences of some value – artifact version, for example, – with this property. Now you can use the new IDEA Introduce Property refactoring for these purposes. To … Continue reading
Try the last EAP of IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.2 to test new ‘Generate’ actions for Maven pom.xml editor. Type “Alt+Insert” to invoke the “Generate…” popup menu and select an action to run. IntelliJ IDEA actually runs live template inside to complete the code … Continue reading
If you are working with Flexmojos Maven projects in IntelliJ IDEA 9, and have imported Flexmojos project as described in this post, and are planning to debug your application and browse through Flex SDK sources, this post is a must-read … Continue reading
Integration with Flex projects that are set up using Flexmojos Maven plugin is very much improved in IntelliJ IDEA 9 (Maia). Note: before starting please make sure that Maven Integration Extension plugin is enabled at Settings (Ctrl+Alt+S), Plugins page. If … Continue reading
Next Maia EAP comes with full support of Maven Properties and Filtered Resources. New features include: Go to declaration with Ctrl+B on a property from your pom.xml files, settings.xml and profiles.xml files, system and environment properties, and properties defined in … Continue reading
Starting next Maia EAP, classpath for Maven-based projects will be built following Maven rules. Also, IntelliJ IDEA will natively support compile, test and run-time dependency scopes. For more information see Maven Dependency Mechanism documentation.