Initializing Vagrant Boxes
In this section:
IntelliJ IDEA makes it possible to execute the
init procedure on a project root.
init on a project root, the Vagrant configuration file named
Vagrantfile is created there. This file can be used for creating a remote interpreter.
To initialize a Vagrant box in a project root
- On the main menu, choose .
- In the Select Vagrant Folder pop-up menu, select the project root to be used:
- Since it is possible to have multiple virtual boxes, specify the particular box you want to work with:
vagrant initcommand is launched, and shows its output messages in the Run tool window.
If the Vagrant executable is not specified in the Vagrant page, you can still initialize a Vagrant box. However, in this situation, IntelliJ IDEA pops up a file browser, enabling you to select Vagrant executable.
init is successfully completed, you are ready to perform
vagrant up command and import to the root the box used at initialization.
To activate a virtual box by executing the 'Vagrant up' command
- On the main menu, choose
vagrant upcommand is launched, and shows its output messages in the Run tool window. .