Simple plugin that is adding support for GitLab specific actions to JetBrain IDEsFeatures:
Supported query languages:
Amazon AWS CloudFormation language support
YAML note: not everything works in YAML right now, it's work in progress. Also you need latest IDEA EAP to try it out (check you've installed 0.5.x plugin version).
Open any *.template, *.json or *.yaml file with CloudFormation language inside. There should be number of features available:
Associate your IDEA project with Perforce through the built-in version control.
Once you install the plugin, you can associate a project directory with Perforce in the project settings (File - Settings..., then navigate to the Version Control panel). Make sure to edit the Perforce configuration to set the proper server connection settings.
The plugin will keep Your client's open changelists synchronized with the IDEA backed changelists, viewable under the "Changes" view. If the changelists become out of sync, you can force the plugin to re-examine the mappings by pressing the refresh button in the changes view.
Modifying a file, moving a file, copying a file, refactoring a file, and deleting a file will perform the correct Perforce operations, and put the changes into the currently selected IDEA changelist. Per-file history allows for comparing against the depot versions, even against the inherited file history.
Please visit the GitHub project open issues for a list of known issues, or for reporting new ones.
Bitbucket/Stash References plugin is now called Bitbucket Linky
Bitbucket Linky plugin provides a handy ways to navigate to Atlassian Bitbucket. This plugin adds following actions into your IDE:
Bitbucket Linky supports both Bitbucket Cloud and Bitbucket Server (formerly known as Stash).
The plugin uses your project's VCS settings (supports both Git and Mercurial) to build links to the repository in Bitbucket, and in most cases doesn't require configuration. However, if Bitbucket hosting is not automatically recognized, it can be configured via IDE preferences.
Huge thanks to Brent Plump and Piotr Wilczyński!
Please note that this plugin is not officially supported by Atlassian.
The plugin reads the local project and tries to parse out usage of well-known APIs and provides you with autocompletion on points it knows for example possible parameter names.
The plugin provides you with greater code stability, since the return types of instance creations are inferred, giving you stable auto-completion and insight into the written code.
The plugin parses the available route names in the core and extensions. More precisely it parses the `Configuration/Backend/(Ajax)Routes.php` files.