10 plugins in category «Obsolete»


Provides a two-panel view for navigating and working with the project structure


Intention to convert a conditional operator into if


Adds a confirmation dialog to [Exit].


Pulls the Go To submenu items back into the main Editor popup menu, as in earlier versions of IDEA.

Jump To Usage

Simple plugin to make navigation to element usages easier than using Alt+F7.
Works similar to Ctrl+Alt+F7 in Resharper.
Why this plugin?! Well, I browse code more often than I write.. So I for one definitely needed this.. Hope it's useful for others too..

And this's the first plugin in a series of plugins planned to make navigation and code analysis a whole lot easier.. (provided I manage to work on them :D )

Default key binding is to Alt+Shift+F7, coz in Linux Ctrl+Alt+F7 is taken up for switching to virtual console 7 (which typically is the one running your current X session).

Comes with no configuration page. If you want something to be configurable, let me know and it'll be added.
Bouquets and Brickbats are welcome :)

UPDATE (11th November, 2010):
Since version 7, IntelliJ IDEA comes with it's own implementation of this feature. Therefore, this plugin is obsolete, and will not be developed further.


Perforce Integration Using VCS API


Non-VCS-API based Perforce plugin.
Important notes and documentation below
First, the important notes:
  • since the Refactoring Preview context menu is not available for adding new actions, there are no Perforce actions in that menu. However, Perforce is still active in that context and, if you need for example to checkout read-only files that are affected by your refactoring, you can still use the keyboard shortcuts or go to the Perforce menu and execute the action (e.g. Edit). Note, that you can be positioned on any node of the preview tree (not just a file) and the action will execute for all files under the selected node.
  • Don't look for the 'Submit' action. There is none, so far. This plugin tries to solve the refactoring related issues with perforce as VCS. For submit, changelist management and other functionality, you can still use your perforce GUI client. When we add more GUI functionality to this plugin, you will also see submit actions among many other features planned.

This plugin automates several areas:

  • refactoring (move, rename, etc.)
  • file management (create, delete, copy etc.) - automatic actions
  • all in advanced way - if the file is in state unexpected by P4 but natural for user, it does what user would have to do (e.g. double rename of a file, or just a sync of a checked out file)
  • few explicit perforce actions (e.g. revisions list, status, etc.)

Eventually, here will be all P4DP documentation. But the notes above were more important.
For the current documentation, you can go to the plugin's website.


The plugin customizes editor popup menu by removing Cut, Copy and Paste actions from it


This plugin enables customization of the editor popup menu by removing actions from it. Actions to be removed are specified in the [IDEA_CONFIG_HOME]/options/RemoveEditorPopupMenuActions.xml file.


Subversion Integration