12 plugins in category «Inspection»
- No call to ButterKnife.inject
- That a field exists in all layouts or is optional
- That the type of the field matches in all views
The detection for which layouts to check for matching ids is based on the following:
- Each setContentView call in onCreate of an activity
- Each inflate in onCreateView in a Fragment
- Each inflate in each constructor in a View
- Trying to figure out for ViewHolders by data flow analysis and find usages
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Run cpplint.py on the fly when you are editing C++ source code.
Highlight corresponding lines with messages about which cpplint.py complains.
Cygwin/MinGW environment is supported as well.
For advanced cpplint features, such as setting project repository root for header guard checks, use the PyPI hosted cpplint at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/cpplint.
Install this plugin.
Go to File -> Settings -> Other Settings -> cpplint option, fill in the *absolute* paths of python and cpplint.py
If you are using cygwin, use cygwin python package and fill with unix-style paths in the option panel(for example, /usr/bin/python and /home/tools/cpplint.py).
If you are using mingw, use windows python package and fill with windows-style paths in the option panel(for example, C:\Python27\python.exe and C:\cpplint.py).
Runs cppcheck on the fly while you write code.
Highlights lines and displays cppcheck error messages.
Supports passing options to cppcheck.
Install the Cppcheck analysis tool ( not bundled with this plugin).
Install the cppcheck plugin.
File -> Settings -> Other Settings -> cppcheck configuration.
Fill in the absolute path of the cppcheck executable (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Cppcheck\cppcheck.exe, /usr/bin/cppcheck, etc).
Cppcheck is not designed to be run on header files (.h) directly, as must be done for this plugin, and as a result may have false positives.
When run on header files directly, Cppcheck defaults to C as the language, which will generate false positives for C++ projects. C++ projects should append --language=c++ to the cppcheck options.
RedPen is a proofreading tool to help writers or programmers who write technical documents or manuals that need to adhere to a writing standard.
The plugin validates text files with RedPen by adding a 'RedPen' inspection, which is enabled by default after installation.
Some errors can be fixed via quick fixes (Alt + Enter)
Language and variant are autodetected per file, however you can manually override them in IDEA status bar.
RedPen settings can be configured and imported/exported using native RedPen config format. All settings are stored per project.
The following file types are supported (provided you have necessary plugins installed):
- Plain text
Please report any issues on GitHub.