Google AutoValue plugin for IntelliJ.
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AutoValue is awesome.
I can't explain it better than that, or that.
If you want to contribute, follow this guide.
- Adds an @AutoValue.Builder static class inside the target @AutoValue class.
- Searches for all abstract getters on the target class and transforms it into builder methods in the builder.
- Creates a static builder method that returns the @AutoValue.Builder instance.
- Optionally, generates the create factory method. See #11
- If the builder exists, it will either add the missing properties to it or remove the ones that are not needed any more.
- It also supports AutoParcel and AutoParceGson.
How to use:
The plugin adds new context menu actions, code generation actions and intention actions. The easiest way to use the plugin is to right-click inside a class annotated with @AutoValue and choose any of the generation options that appears first on the list.
There are also other ways of using the plugin. Here is a short tutorial video (1:25 mins):
A big THANK YOU to these contributors: