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What is the best way to develop in Grails 2 application in IDEA 11?
I am not seeing a way to run interactive console from within IDEA. That makes it hard to:
- Follow stacktraces of exceptions and jump right to the code
- Debug classes that you run in interactive console
I’ve given a quick try to grails-debug tool and that didn’t work for me, the tool simply froze or was slow enough for me to quit waiting for it to load.
On Aug 20, 2012, at 11:02 PM, Sergei Rahouski wrote:
If you switch to IDEA with a stacktrace in your clipboard, it will be automatically parsed with quick links to the sources. If that for some reason doesn't happen automatically for you, invoke the menu element "Analyze", then "Analyze Stacktrace..."
This is how I debug externally invoked instaces: http://grails.1312388.n4.nabble.com/Intellij-debugging-of-separately-running-Grails-instance-tc4633187.html#a4633278
Haven't tried with the interactive console though.
IDEA has a perfect support of Grails. You can invoke Grails command using combination Ctrl+Alt+G and you will see command window.
You don't need to start command with 'grails', and you can use autocomplete (Ctrl+Space).
Hope that it is that you want.
On 08/21/2012 12:16 AM, Ronny Løvtangen wrote:
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