sbt tool window
The sbt tool window is enabled automatically when you create or open your sbt project. Click sbt on the right sidebar to open the tool window. The tool window displays the sbt linked projects, their tasks, dependencies, and all changes made to the underlying build.sbt file.
Click this button to open the menu for configuring the current view and changing the tool window viewing modes. The menu items are options that you can turn on or off. An active item contains a check mark on the left side of its name.
The available options in the menu are as follows:
Use this icon or shortcut to hide the tool window Shift+Escape.
When used in combination with the Alt key, clicking this icon hides all the tool windows attached to the same tool window bar.
Click this button to refresh all registered sbt projects after changes have been made to an sbt script.
Click this button to link an sbt project.
Click this button to detach an external sbt project.
Use these buttons to expand or collapse all the nodes.
Click this button to import a module or a data to your sbt project. It might be useful for the multi-module projects.
|This icon is enabled by default. In this case, changes that you made to your build files outside the IDE or VCS changes are automatically reloaded. To reload changes made to the current |
If you want to manually control when to reload the changes, disable . For example, if you switch between branches and don't want IntelliJ IDEA to automatically start the reloading process it might be helpful to disable this option.
Click this button to configure the settings of the current sbt project.
Open sbt config
Select this option to open sbt.build file in the editor.
Refresh external project
Select this option to refresh all external projects.
Ignore sbt project
If you select this option, IntelliJ IDEA starts to ignore the selected module on the next project's import. In this case, IntelliJ IDEA keeps the ignored sbt projects and subprojects in the sbt tool window, but stops their import (modules, content roots, tasks, and so on) to the project. However, IntelliJ IDEA synchronizes the ignored projects with the current one.
Select this option to activate tasks to run.