Open source version of the plugin. This version has the same preview capabilities as the licensed version but lacks the support for advanced features such as find usages, refactoring, reformatting annotations and quick fixes.
Adds missing editor actions for end of word navigation but that is just the beginning:
Plugin website: Missing In Actions GitHub Repo
Bug tracking & feature requests: Missing In Actions GitHub Issues
Git file case mismatch fixer plugin for JetBrains IDEs
Detects and optionally fixes file case mismatch between git and the file system
Adds Before Commit check for file case mismatches between git and the file system with corrective actions:
- Change git file case to match file system
- Change file system case to match git
- Select scope:
- All files
- only Modified files
- Select action to take on mismatch:
- Ask: show prompt to decide what to do
- Fix git case: change git to match file system case
- Fix file case: change file system case to match git
flexmark-java is a fork of commonmark-java project, modified to generate an AST which reflects all the elements in the original source, full source position tracking for all elements in the AST and easier JetBrains Open API PsiTree generation.
reverse-regex is a Java utility library that allows Java to perform backward search using standard RegEx Java classes on a reversed character sequence of original text.
Full featured Chrome Dev Tools debugging of JavaFX WebView content. Including console logging from scripts, with caller location for one click navigation to source
Sample WebView Application with JavaFX Debugging WebView Debug Sample.
This package is used to comfortably manage, view, edit and translate Laravel language files with translation assistance through the Yandex Translation API. It augments the Laravel Translator system with a ton of practical functionality. Features
Detailed information is in the wiki.
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Proud contributor of a few small bugs and feature patches. Some of which have been accepted. Two years ago I could not get it built, a year ago I could not figure out where to begin. Today, I feel comfortable hacking features and fixing bugs.
Constructive comments and suggestions are welcome. I can also be reached me at firstname.lastname@example.org