Version 1.0 of the IntelliJ XQuery + MarkLogic Debugger plugin is now available from the JetBrains plugin repository. If you have an older version installed, IntelliJ may have already notified you that it’s available. If you don’t have it installed, open IntelliJ Preferences > Plugins > Browse Repositories, then search for MarkLogic. Just click to install.
Sorry for not getting the 1.0 version out sooner. In addition to the usual lack of time, recent builds of IntelliJ changed several things that caused a lot of heartburn and it took a while to sort out the proper dependencies and workarounds. One side effect of that is the plugin now requires a recent IntelliJ build (173.3727.127 or higher), so update IDEA if you haven’t already. There are quite a few significant fixes and a few updates in v1.0. In particular the jar clashes should be fixed and a documentation lookup for MarkLogic functions has been added to the MarkLogic menu. It’s not the most elegant UI, but it’s functional. I’ll try to improve it in future versions. It should be generally more robust now as well. Please try it out and send feedback either to me directly or via the Issues tab on the GitHub project. I’m especially keen to know how well it works on the other IntelliJ variants, such as WebStorm, PyCharm, etc. GitHub main page: https://github.com/overstory/marklogic-intellij-plugin Wiki: https://github.com/overstory/marklogic-intellij-plugin/wiki Issues: https://github.com/overstory/marklogic-intellij-plugin/issues ---- Ron Hitchens r...@overstory.co.uk, +44 7879 358212
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