I would like to use
from command line to launch a simple Maven project, and so I think I need to configure using "Create Command-line Launcher" the script path, but I cannot find it in Intellij Ultimate, if I search it in File / Settings I can find it, but then if I add a keyboard shortcut it doesn't work.
Could someone help me?
For Mac OS with +2019 Intellij:
As I said in the comments of the question.
At least when using Idea Community 2019.1 EAP + Jetbrains Toolbox, even in Linux that option is disabled.
You must access the Jetbrains Toolbox->settings (the gear next to the 'Log in' button), there will be a "Generate shell scripts" option and location to set. Set a location that you can access without sudo, and put that location on your PATH or copy the generated script to a path like /usr/local/bin.
I needed that to be able to use kscript --idea xxxx.kts (putting this here so that the next person googling that finds the answer :) )
This option is not available on Windows, otherwise you can find it in the Tools menu.
Tools | Create Command-line Launcher (available on Mac/Linux).
When installing the 2019.1 IDE version via toolbox, you need first to remove the previously generated Command-Line Launcher (e.g. via Tools | Create Command-line Launcher)
Then Enable the Generate Shell script option ToolBox and specify the same path that was used before (e.g /use/local/bin/)
On Linux, installing
IntelliJ IDEA as a snap package automatically creates the command-line launcher named
intellij-idea-ultimate. The Tools | Create Command-line Launcher command is therefore not available.
Check this link for more information on enabling it on Windows,macOS and Linux.
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