Running A Plugin
A plugin generated from the template can be run through one of the Run/debug configurations or from the command-line on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
From Run Configurations
The included run configurations are shortcuts for the aforementioned command-line invocations. Choose one of the following configurations in Rider and click Run or Debug:
Rider (Unix)– Launches Rider on Unix-systems (macOS/Linux). Automatically compiles the frontend part using IntelliJ SDK.
Rider (Windows)– Launches Rider on Windows. Automatically compiles the frontend part using IntelliJ SDK.
VisualStudio– Launches Visual Studio with ReSharper.
If your plugin has a frontend part, you will see a
Rider configuration in IntelliJ IDEA as well that works cross-platform.
From the root directory, you can run your plugin inside ReSharper and Rider from the command-line:
To launch Rider on Windows, you can run the
gradlew.bat script as follows:
To launch Rider on macOS or Linux, you can run the
gradlew script as follows:
To launch ReSharper in an experimental Visual Studio instance, you can run the