File | Settings | Project Settings | Language Injection - Groovy
The dialog box opens when you click in the Language Injection page, and choose Groovy on the context menu, or select an entry and click .
IntelliJ IDEA comes with a set of predefined injection configurations which is quite sufficient to ensure high productivity and comfortable environment. Therefore it is strongly recommended that you use the predefined injection configurations and avoid creating new ones.
In this text box, type the name that will identify the injection configuration in the list.
The text box is available when configuration is created (), or configured ().
In this area, specify the language of the injection. If necessary, define the context to be automatically made up
when the injection is opened in the editor.
The Prefix and Suffix text boxes are optional.
In this text box, type the rules that define the context where you want IntelliJ IDEA recognize literals as injections.
The rules are built from Program Structure Interface Patterns and are actually chained calls of methods of an internal IntelliJ IDEA language. The Program Structure Interface shows the structure of a file as IntelliJ IDEA treats it. For more information on the syntax used, refer to Custom Plugin Development guide.
These rules are IntelliJ IDEA internals, and it is strongly recommended that you use the predefined injection configurations and avoid creating new ones.
In this area, specify additional settings to narrow the context where the injection is applicable and thus the enable more fine-grained control over the injection process.