Login to IntelliJ Configuration Server Dialog
Before you start
Install and enable the IntelliJ Configuration Server plugin. The plugin is not bundled with CLion, but it can be installed from the JetBrains plugin repository as described in Installing, Updating and Uninstalling Repository Plugins and Enabling and Disabling Plugins.
IntelliJ Configuration Server is intended for storing common IDE settings to be used by a team. This ensures that all the team members have unified IDE look and feel.
The dialog box opens:
- When you start up the CLion for the first time after installing the plugin. In this case, the dialog box contains an additional area On next startup.
- When you click the IntelliJ Configuration Server Status button on the Status bar during a session and then click the Login button in the dialog box that opens.
Use this dialog box to log in to the IntelliJ Configuration Server and specify the Proxy settings to access the Server, if necessary.
|Login||In this text box, type your JetBrains Account login.|
|Password||In this text box, type your JetBrains account password.|
|Create or manage your JetBrains account||Click this link to create a JetBrains Account or edit your account if you already have it.|
|Use HTTP Proxy||Select this checkbox if you want to access the IntelliJ Configuration Server through a Proxy server.|
|Host name||In this text box, type the Proxy host name.|
|Port Number||In this text box, type the Proxy port number.|
|Proxy Authentication||Select this checkbox if you want to use a login and password to access the HTTP Proxy server.|
|Login||In this text box, type your Proxy login.|
|Password||In this text box, type your Proxy password.|
|Remember password||If this checkbox is selected, CLion remembers your Proxy password and in the future fills in the Password text box automatically when you log in.|
On Next Startup Area
The area is displayed in the dialog box only when CLion starts up for the first time. Use this area to configure how you want to log in to IntelliJ Configuration Server in the future.
The following controls are available:
|Show login dialog||Select this option to have the Login to IntelliJ Configuration Server dialog box displayed during the next CLion startup.|
|Login silently||Select this option to log in to the Server without asking for login and password.|
|Do not login||Select this option if you do not plan to log in to the IntelliJ Configuration Server. |
You can reconfigure this behavior at any time during the session.
|Login||Click this button to log in to the IntelliJ Configuration Server.|
|Skip||Click this button to start an CLion session without logging to the IntelliJ Configuration Server. |
You can log in to the Server at any time during the session.