After that you can build the Jar file using Build Build Artifact menu item. Note that by default all libraries are extracted to the target Jar.
It became possible with addition of the new Extracted Directory element. Using such element you can extract a directory from a Jar file and place it into the output of your artifact:.
The path of manifest file is not update when we add or remove librairies or change directory of librairies move. I am trying to create jar file. My project contains external csv files outside src folder that is essential for the project. But when running the jar file it seems as though they are not being involved. However you can move that file to a separate module. I too would need this function.
Things like config files, which are part of the project, but should be outside of the jar file. The Main Class field reads package1. MainProgram I have tried relative and absolute path names for the Class Path, but nothing works. The problem is that one of the jars you extracted was signed. I solved this with an ant post-processing task like this. Just change output. Hi Jon Wu, all, thank you for all your efforts.
In a similar problem involving singed third-part. I am now packaging my app to a jar and this is working great, thanks! Unfortunately I have a network copy step in my deployment to test servers and I would rather not send the entire groovy distribution every time I send a new iteration out. Runs just fine from the IDE. To all those having problems, I finally figured out why IntelliJ can fail at making a working executable jar:.
MF file with something from one of my dependencies bad. I like the valuable info you provide in your articles. Good luck for the next! All Intellij instructions for generating a jar, are dedicated to generating an artifact-style executable jar. All the class files in the project are solid, they compiled fine. But how in the world, can we generate just a basic jar, from within Intellij without a main attribute in the manifest?
I have multiple files Java classes with main in my package. I want to create separate jar files for each java class.
Right now I can create a jar with one name — main project name.Your ActionScript and Flex sources are compiled according to corresponding build configurationsin particular:. To disable compilation for certain build configurations, turn on the Skip compilation option in the corresponding build configurations.
During the compilation, for each individual build configurationthe following files are processed, and the results of processing are placed into the output folder:. For applications, you can explicitly specify whether you want the resource files within the module source roots to be copied to the output folder the Copy resource files to output folder option on the Build Configuration page.
You can also select individual files and folders that should not be copied the Compiler Excludes page of the Settings dialog. For libraries and RLMs, the resource files are never copied to the output folder.
The source files are compiled and, depending on the build configuration output type, the corresponding. The specified css files the Runtime Style Sheets field on the Build Configuration pageobviously, are compiled. These files are stored in a separate folder called html-template or something similar. The index. Other files that constitute the HTML wrapper are copied to the output folder without any changes.
Configure compiler settings
Depending on the build configuration settings, either an auto-generated descriptor is created in the output folder, or a specified template file is used. Compilation process During the compilation, for each individual build configurationthe following files are processed, and the results of processing are placed into the output folder: Resource files e. Source files. HTML wrapper template files for Web applications. An application descriptor template for desktop and mobile applications.
Last modified: 17 April Configure dependencies for modular applications Run and debug ActionScript and Flex applications.You can configure how you want a compiler to process the code you work on. For example, you can increase the speed of the compilation process, configure the automatic build, process annotations during the compilation time, and so on.
IntelliJ IDEA offers you extensive compilation options to tune the compilation process in general and configure settings for specific compilers. On the Compiler pageconfigure settings that are related to any compilation and build process.
For example, you can set the automatic compilation for your project. You can exclude certain paths from compilation or re-include some files or classes that were excluded by you earlier. By excluding certain files or folders you can speed up the compilation process. For example, you can exlude a file that contains errors and fails to compile, but is not important for the project compilation.
You can also skip files that you don't want to inlclude in the output directory. However, if an excluded path is a dependency of the source code being compiled, this path will be included in compilation and processed by the compiler as required.
You can configure custom annotation processors and enable them during the compilation time. You can configure what plugin extentions to call during the compilation process to validate your code. The available Validators are extention points that plugins can register and run as inspections during compilation. The available validators are based on the enabled plugins, so if a validator is missing, check if the appropriate plugin is enabled.
You can also exclude some files from validation by adding their paths to the Exclude from validation section. Depending on the language you use in your project, you can configure settings for the following compilers:.
The AspectJ plugin supports the Ajc compiler. The plugin is bundled and enabled by default. For more details and options, refer to the ActionScript and Flex compilers page. Configure compiler settings You can configure how you want a compiler to process the code you work on.
On the Excludes pagespecify the files and folders that shouldn't be included in compilation. Use to add items to the list. On the Validation page, select the Validate on build option. Supported compilers. Depending on the language you use in your project, you can configure settings for the following compilers: javac The Java compiler is taken from the Java SDK currently assigned to the project. However, you can use the Groovy-Eclipse compiler if you want to use one process for compiling mixed-language projects.
Scala The Scala compiler is available if the Scala plugin is installed and enabled. You can configure the Scala compiler settings for pure Scala projects as well as for mixed Scala-Java projects.After deployment, all the static content resources that implement the user interface should be located below the Web application root directory. The default application home page is mapped to the index.
After deployment, the entire folder hierarchy of these resources will be copied to the server below the application root. Store the required resources locally wherever you may find suitable and map them to folders on the server.Creating your first Java application with IntelliJ IDEA
Including static Web contents in the artifact to be deployed. Open the Project Structure dialog e. Click the Web facet. The right-hand pane of the dialog box displays all the available settings. To configure a mapping, click the New button. In the Web Resource Directory Path dialog box that opens specify the desired local folder and the target location relative to the application root folder. To edit a mapping, select it in the list, click the Edit button, and update the mapping in the Web Resource Directory Path dialog box that opens.
To discard a mapping, select in the list and click the Remove button. Configure static content resources Configuring static Web resources involves: Specifying location of the static Web contents on the server. To configure static Web content resources Open the Project Structure dialog e. Click Modules on the left-hand pane and expand the desired module. In the Web Resource Directories area, manage the list of mappings between the local folders with resources you need and the target directories on the server to deploy the resources to.
Last modified: 17 April Populate Web module Create and configure Web application elements.Skip to content. Permalink Browse files. Loading branch information. PrimaryFeather committed Nov 12, Unified Split. Showing 18 changed files with additions and 9 deletions. That project references all modules that are part of the Starling download i.
Starling itself and the sample projects. To run any of the samples in the ADL simulator, you will need to configure two external tools. This is done in the "Dependencies" tab of the module's build configuration "Files and folders to package". This works fine when you actually create the package or debug on a real device; however, when running the simulator, those resources won't show up.
As a work-around, you can copy them manually into the output folder — or you let this little Ruby script do the work for you. It parses IntelliJ 's module file to find out which resources to copy and where to put them. It parses IDEA 's module file to find out which resources to copy and where to put them.
Create one such tool entry for each platform you support. If everything works, you will see the terminal output of the tools displayed inside IntelliJ. To try out the tool, first click on the project you want to process, then on "Tools - External Tools - Copy Resources [platform]". If everything works, you will see the terminal output of the tools displayed inside IDEA.
Final note: that we have to do this at all should be considered a bug in IntelliJ. File renamed without changes. You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Gradle CI. This folder contains a hidden ". IntelliJ tools. IntelliJ allows you specify which resources to add to your application package. Here are sample settings for iOS:. Final note: that we have to do this at all should be considered a bug in IDEA.The Resources Plugin handles the copying of project resources to the output directory.
There are two different kinds of resources: main resources and test resources. The difference is that the main resources are the resources associated to the main source code while the test resources are associated to the test source code.
Starting with version 2. The Resources Plugin copies files specified by Resource elements, to an output directory. The three variations below only differ in how the resource and output directory elements are specified or defaulted. The Resources Plugin has three goals:. This goal usually executes automatically, because it is bound by default to the process-resources life-cycle phase. It always uses the project. This goal usually executes automatically, because it is bound by default to the process-test-resources life-cycle phase.
This goal requires that you configure the resources to be copied, and specify the outputDirectory. General instructions on how to use the Resources Plugin can be found on the usage page.
Some more specific use cases are described in the examples given below. In case you still have questions regarding the plugin's usage, please have a look at the FAQ and feel free to contact the user mailing list. The posts to the mailing list are archived and could already contain the answer to your question as part of an older thread.
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I seem to have done something to tell IntelliJ to not copy source resources e. XML and property files to the compiler output folder.
Build ActionScript and Flex applications
Resources are not being copied to the Compiler output path. Test resources are copied to the test ouput folder, but no source resources are copied. This is preventing me from running integration tests which load files from the classpath. I do not have full control over the structure of this legacy project and most of the other developers use Eclipse. Can anyone give me some pointers as to what I need to do in order to have IntelliJ copy the resource to the output folders?
More about the Maven Resources Plugin here. Once you have successfully created your artifacts with either way, Idea continues to use them until the next maven dependency change.
When using Gradle, try adding the resources to the sourceSets use below code when you have the resource files in the same folder as the source files, otherwise adapt the path. Refer to How do I add resources to sourceSet with gradle? Learn more. Resources not copied to output path in IntelliJ Asked 6 years, 10 months ago.
Active 2 years, 10 months ago. Viewed 11k times. If it's not a Maven project, it should work fine, otherwise it's a bug that needs to be reported with the sample project to reproduce. As a workaround you can try to disable external buildbut it's not recommended. I already had Use external build selected.
I have unticked it and it is now working! But there are a couple of other devs that do use IntelliJ, and they have it ticked and the resources are copied as expected. If you have a test case, report a bug. I am experiencing same issue: test resources are not copied to output folder.
In my attempt to create a test case for CrazyCoder, I restarted IntelliJ and that seemed to fix my issue! So I failed to recreate my problem. Sorry, I cant help you more than suggest restarting IntelliJ as that's what fixed it for me.