Ive just tried to get the new PlayFramework 2.0 java zentasks app
running in my IDE (IntelliJ Idea),
and finally managed to get it running.
This is a guide on how you'll have to configure your IntelliJ IDEA
project to get running with it.
So this is what you'll have to do to get a play 2.0 beta JAVA app running.
Create a new project using play new
in this example, it would be
and I have play 2.0 beta installed in
In IDEA, create a new project and select "Create Java Project from
(play_01.png) and click next until the window disappears.
next, open up the module settings and configure it like play_02.png
then add a new library (play_03.png) with the following paths
For the module
then add another dependency (single entry library)
(you might have to compile your play app first using play compile)
and configure it like in screenshot play_04.png
( $APP/target/scala-2.9.1/classes )
voila, you can now develop with play 2.0 in your favorite IDEa ;)
I hope this helps some of you!
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Also for any idea it useful to add the
target/scala-2.9.1/classes-managed to the classpath as well. It
contains all generated classes like the reverse routing and the
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I highly recommend using the sbt-idea plugin:
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