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Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Update of "HowtoConfigureIntelliJ" by SteveRowe
Date Thu, 20 Jan 2011 22:15:31 GMT
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The "HowtoConfigureIntelliJ" page has been changed by SteveRowe.
The comment on this change is: modified mention of modules/analysis/*/ to cover modules/benchmark/
too: modules/*/; added warning about using the clean-idea target when you have shelved changes.
http://wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/HowtoConfigureIntelliJ?action=diff&rev1=7&rev2=8

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  The project configuration will have:
  
-  1. An IntelliJ module for each Solr/Lucene module (Lucene and Solr core, Lucene and Solr
contribs, and `modules/analysis/*/`), with jar and inter-module dependencies defined.
+  1. An IntelliJ module for each Solr/Lucene module (Lucene and Solr core, Lucene and Solr
contribs, and `modules/*/` on trunk), with jar and inter-module dependencies defined.
   1. A JUnit test run/debug configuration defined for each module's tests, including the
runtime directory and required JVM parameters.  All tests run and pass.  IntelliJ allows more
than one of these to run simultaneously, so you can gain some test parallelism by starting
up more than one at a time.
   1. Ant integration: from the "Run" menu, you can invoke any Ant task defined in any module's
build.xml file.
  
  After '''{{{ant idea}}}''' runs, it will print out instructions about finishing the configuration,
including putting the Lucene code style configuration in place, and configuring the project
SDK.
  
- Running '''{{{ant clean-idea}}}''' from the command line removes all IntelliJ configuration
files.  If you already have an existing configuration, but want to replace it with the one
provided by '''{{{ant idea}}}''', it's a good idea to run '''{{{ant clean-idea}}}''' first.
+ Running '''{{{ant clean-idea}}}''' from the command line removes all IntelliJ configuration
files.  If you already have an existing configuration, but want to replace it with the one
provided by '''{{{ant idea}}}''', it's a good idea to run '''{{{ant clean-idea}}}''' first.
 <!> '''WARNING''': IntelliJ apparently uses the `.idea/` directory, which is removed
by '''{{{ant clean-idea}}}''', to store shelved changes - do not run '''{{{ant clean-idea}}}'''
if you have shelved any changes. <!>
  

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