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Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA that gives special support for Minecraft modding projects.

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Minecraft Development for IntelliJ

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2021.1 2021.1 Nightly Status
2021.2 2021.2 Nightly Status
2021.3 2021.3 EAP Nightly Status
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This plugin is available on the JetBrains IntelliJ plugin repository.

Because of this, you can install the plugin through IntelliJ's internal plugin browser. Navigate to

File -> Settings -> Plugins
and click the
Browse Repositories...
button at the bottom of the window. In the search box, simply search for
. You can install it from there and restart IntelliJ to activate the plugin.


Build the plugin with:

./gradlew build

The output .zip file for the plugin will be in


Test the plugin in IntelliJ with:

./gradlew runIde

Code is generated during the build task, to run the generation task without building use:

./gradlew generate

This task is necessary to work on the code without errors before the initial build.

To format the code in this project:

./gradlew format

This will format using

described below in the style guide section below.

The Gradle IntelliJ Plugin will handle downloading the IntelliJ dependencies and packaging the plugin.

Style Guide

This projects follows the opinionated

linter and formatter. It uses the
plugin to automatically check and format the code in this repo.

IDE Setup

It's recommended to run the

tasks to configure your IDE with
style settings and to automatically format this project's code before committing:
./gradlew ktlintApplyToIdea addKtlintFormatGitPreCommitHook

IntelliJ includes a lot of dependencies transitively, including common dependencies that are used a lot, such as Kotlin, Commons Lang3, Guava, etc. Unfortunately, the source distribution for IntelliJ does not contain sources for libraries as well, so these libraries are imported into the IDE without sources by default. If you want to attach sources for (most) of the dependencies IntelliJ includes, run the

task and refresh the Gradle project in IntelliJ:
./gradlew resolveIntellijLibSources

If you're curious about that task, it is implemented in



Significant Contributors


This project is licensed under MIT.

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