Griffon support is available in the Community and in the Ultimate editions of IntelliJ IDEA.
In this section:
Griffon Features in IntelliJ IDEA
Griffon support in IntelliJ IDEA includes the following features:
- Automated way of creating Griffon Applications that provides generation of the specific structure and artifacts.
- Automatic enabling Groovy support in the Griffon Application modules, allowing creation of the Groovy classes, interfaces and scripts.
- Execution of the targets.
- ability to generate tests.
- Code completion.
- Dedicated run/debug configuration.
Griffon Changes in the IntelliJ IDEA UI
Once IntelliJ IDEA recognizes the project or module as a Griffon application, it introduces the following changes to the UI:
- Griffon View tool window is added, and the tool window button appears in the left tool windows bar:
- Griffon node is added to the context menu of the Griffon modules in the Griffon view:
- Griffon node is added to the Tools menu: