Use this viewer to explore internal structure of the various files or fragments of source code,
as they are interpreted by IntelliJ IDEA. The dialog box is non-modal and enables you to keep on working
while being opened.
|Show PSI structure for||Use this drop-down list to specify file type, or language constructs to be explored. The set
of recognized file types depends on the supported languages and installed plugins.|
|Show PsiWhiteSpace||If this check box is selected, the generated tree view will contain |
corresponding to the spaces in the source code. When you select of clear this check box, the tree view
of the PSI structure changes accordingly.
|Show Tree Nodes|
|Text||Use this pane to enter source code to be explored. IntelliJ IDEA suggests the following ways to supply code:
Note that some editing features are also available: removing line at caret Ctrl+Y,
duplicating text Ctrl+D, and adding line with Shift+Enter .
- Type immediately within the text area.
- Paste from clipboard. If you have copied some text from the editor, and then open the PSI viewer,
the previous contents of the Text pane is selected, which enables you to overwrite
it from the clipboard using Ctrl+V, or Ctrl+Shift+V.
|PSI Structure||This read-only pane displays the PSI structure tree view, generated on clicking the Build PSI Tree
button, according to the file type selected in the Show PSI structure for drop-down list.
Navigating though the tree view highlights the corresponding fragments of source code in the
pane. If currently selected tree node has references, they are also displayed
|References||This read-only field shows references to the nodes of the PSI Structure tree view (if any).
Unresolved references are shown red; the corresponding fragments of source code are also
with a red frame.
|Build PSI Tree||Click this button to generate PSI structure tree view of the code in Text pane,
according to the file type selected in the Show PSI structure for drop-down list.
If source code in the
pane has been modified, use this button to refresh the tree view.
Last modified: 5 April 2017