Jump To Usage
Products: IntelliJ IDEA
Vendor: Dharampal H S
Source code: Jump_To_Usage_1126.zip
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 Therefore, this plugin is obsolete, and will not be developed further.
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Recent change notes2.0 - Final Vesion.
IntelliJ comes bundled with it's own implementation of this feature since IDEA v7, which can be invoked with Ctrl + Alt + F7.
Therefore, this plugin will no longer be developed/maintained.
1.9 - Bugfix - Plugin does not work properly with GUI code views (like with CodeDependency)
1.8 - Few more improvements..
1.6 - Minor usability improvements..
1.4 - Corrupted jar in previous version.. Still doesn't work with 5.x
1.3 - Announcing that the plugin is not compatible with 5.x OpenAPI.. Works only with 6.0 Beta (Build #5581) onwards.. Will be coming up with a proper version soon..
1.2 - First stable release
1.0 - Beta release
Few minor refactorings to the code structure
0.1 - Initial pre beta release.
General usage instructionsHit Alt+Shift+F7 on an element to get a quick list of its usages