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IntelliJ IDEA Project runner allows you to build a project created in IntelliJ IDEA.
TeamCity versions up to 6.0 had Ipr (deprecated) which is now superseded by IntelliJ IDEA Project runner.

Supported IntelliJ IDEA features

TeamCity IntelliJ IDEA runner supports subset of IntelliJ IDEA features:

Feature

Status

Notes, limitations

Java

(plus)

Runner is able to compile Java projects

JUnit 3.x/4.x

(plus) , with limitations

  • Test runner parameters are not supported
  • running of the Ant or Maven before tests start is not supported
  • alternative JRE is not supported

TestNG

(plus) , with limitations

  • Test runner parameters are not supported
  • running of the Ant or Maven before tests start is not supported
  • running of the tests from group is not supported
  • alternative JRE is not supported

Application run configuration

(plus) , with limitations

  • running of the Ant or Maven before tests start is not supported
  • altrenative JRE is not supported

J2EE integration

(plus)

runner is able to produce WAR and EAR archives with necessary descriptors

JPA

(plus)

runner adds necessary descriptors in produced artifacts

GWT

(plus)

runner can invoke GWT compiler and add compiler result to artifacts

Groovy

(plus) , with limitations

runner is able to compile projects with Groovy code and run tests written in Groovy, Groovy script run configurations are not supported

Android

(plus)

 

Flex

(minus)

 

Coverage

(minus) , if specified in run configurations

IntelliJ IDEA based coverage can be configured separately on the runner settings page

Profiling plugins

(minus)

 

IntelliJ IDEA Project Settings

Option

Description

Path to the project

Use this field to specify the path to the project file (.ipr) or path to the project directory (root directory of the project that contains .idea folder). This information is required by this build runner to understand the structure of the project.

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Specified path should be relative to the checkout directory.

Detect global libraries and module-based JDK in the *.iml files

If this option is checked, all the module files will be automatically scanned for references to the global libraries and module JDKs when saved. This helps you ensure all references will be properly resolved.

Warning

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When this option is selected, the process of opening and saving the build runner settings may become time-consuming, because it involves loading and parsing all project module files.

Check/Reparse Project

Click to reparse the project and import build settings right from the IDEA project, for example the list of JDKs.

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If you update your project settings in IntelliJ IDEA - add new jdks, libraries, don't forget to update build runner settings by clicking Check/Reparse Project.

Working directory

Enter a path to a Build Working Directory, if it differs from the Build Checkout Directory.

Optional, specify if differs from the checkout directory.

Unresolved Project Modules and Path Variables

This section is displayed, when an IntelliJ IDEA module file (.iml) referenced from IPR-file:

  • cannot be found
  • allows you to enter the values of path variables used in the IPR-file.

To refresh values in this section click Check/Reparse Project.

Option

Description

<path_variable_name>

This field appears, if the project file contains path macros, defined in the Path Variables dialog of IntelliJ IDEA's Settings dialog. In the Set value to field, specify a path to project resources, to be used on different build agents.

Project JDKs

This section provides the list of JDKs detected in the project.

Option

Description

JDK Home

Use this field to specify JDK home for the project.

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When building with the Ipr runner, this JDK will be used to compile the sources of corresponding IDEA modules. For Inspections and Duplicate Finder builds, this JDK will be used internally to resolve the Java API used in your project.
To run the build process itself the JDK specified in the JAVA_HOME environment variable will be used.

JDK Jar File Patterns

Click this link to open a text area, where you can define templates for the jar files of the project JDK. Use Ant rules to define the jar file patterns.
The default value is used for Linux and Windows operating systems:

For Mac OS X, use the following lines:

IDEA Home

If your project uses the IDEA JDK, specify the location of IDEA home directory

IDEA Jar Files Patterns

Click this link to open a text area, where you can define templates for the jar files of the IDEA JDK.

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You can use references to external properties when defining the values, like %system.idea_home% or %env.JDK_1_3%. This will add a requirement for the corresponding property.

Java Parameters

Option

Description

JDK

Select a JDK. This section details the available options. The default is JAVA_HOME environment variable or the agent's own Java.

JDK home path

The option is available when <Custom> is selected above. Use this field to specify the path to your custom JDK used to run the build. If the field is left blank, the path to JDK Home is read either from the JAVA_HOME environment variable on agent the computer, or from the env.JAVA_HOME property specified in the build agent configuration file (buildAgent.properties). If these values are not specified, TeamCity uses the Java home of the build agent process itself.

JVM command line parameters

You can specify such JVM command line parameters, e.g. maximum heap size or parameters enabling remote debugging. These values are passed by the JVM used to run your build.
Example:

Compilation settings

Option

Description

Only compile classes required to build artifacts and execute run configurations

Select whether to compile all classes in the project or only those classes which are required by run configurations or for building artifacts.

Artifacts

Option

Description

Artifacts to Build

Specify here names of the artifacts to be built that are configured in the IntelliJ IDEA project.

Run configurations

Option

Description

Run configurations to execute

Specify here names of IntelliJ IDEA run configurations configured in the project to execute inside TeamCity build. Supported configuration types are: JUnit, TestNG and Application. Note, that run configurations specified here should be shared (via "Share" checkbox in IntelliJ IDEA Run/Debug Configurations dialog) and checked in to the version control.

Test Parameters

  • To learn more about Run recently failed tests first and Run new and modified tests first options, please refer to the Running Risk Group Tests First page.
  • Run affected tests only (dependency based) option will take build changes into account. With this option enabled runner will compute modules affected by current build changes and will execute only those run configurations which depend on affected modules directly or indirectly.

Code Coverage

Specify code coverage options, for the details, refer to IntelliJ IDEA Code Coverage page.



See also:

Administrator's Guide: IntelliJ IDEA Code Coverage

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