On the page Setting up a local workspace, we wrote about the initial steps to get your IDE running. We strongly recommend to continue reading there. After you successfully cloned and build JabRef, you are invited to continue reading here.
- External: Sync your fork with the JabRef repository
- External (🇩🇪): Branches and pull requests: https://github.com/unibas-marcelluethi/software-engineering/blob/master/docs/week2/exercises/practical-exercises.md
We are very happy that JabRef is part of Software Engineering trainings. Please head to Teaching for more information on using JabRef as a teaching object and on previous courses where JabRef was used.
org.jabref.cli is responsible for handling the command line options.
During development, one can configure IntelliJ to pass command line parameters:
Passing command line arguments using gradle is currently not possible as all arguments (such as
-Dfile.encoding=windows-1252) are passed to the application.
Without jlink, it is not possible to generate a fat jar any more. During development, the capabilities of the IDE has to be used.
Diagram showing aspects of groups: Groups.uml.
Architectural decisions for JabRef are recorded.
For new ADRs, please use adr-template.md as basis. More information on MADR is available at https://adr.github.io/madr/. General information about architectural decision records is available at https://adr.github.io/.
Q: I get
java: package org.jabref.logic.journals does not exist.
A: You have to ignore
buildSrc/src/mainas source directory in IntelliJ as indicated in our setup guide.
Also filed as IntelliJ issue IDEA-240250.