The Project tool window show the project's structure and allows navigating the project to open and create project items.
The Project drop-down menu on the left of the toolbar allows changing the display mode by choosing between different scopes. The Project scope shows the entire project contents, while the Open Files scope shows only open files.
Context menu commands vary according to the folder or the type of item.
Below is the list of Studio-specific commands.
|Remove files that are old or no longer used
|Build the project or—in case of multi-module projects—the current module
|Build the project or—in case of a multi-module project—all the project's modules
|Deploy the project module
|Analyze All Documents
|Analyze all the project's test documents
|Replace Knowledge Graph
|Change the project Knowledge Graph
|Pre-process files in the
document folder to create corresponding test documents
|Install, update or rollback scripting modules
|Ensure Charset UTF-8
|Apply UTF-8 encoding to text files
|Optimize and clean list files
.cl files only
|Analyze selected test documents
|Set Documents as validated
|Mark selected test documents as validated
|Set Documents as not validated
|Remove the validation mark from selected test documents
|Test a rule against test documents
|Create a library out of selected documents
|Annotate selected documents with a target category
|Create a new project item
Popup menu (keyboard shortcut:
Alt+Ins) allows creating a new project item—module, directory, file, etc.—whose type is consistent with the context.
In addition to the window management commands common to all the tool windows, the title bar has two other commonly used commands, also standard for IntelliJ IDEA, described below.
|Select Opened File
|The file that's current in the editing area is highlighted in the project tree structure
|Expand the project tree structure
|Collapse the project tree structure
Available mouse commands are:
|Double-click a file
|Open the file
|Drag a file into the editing area
|Open the file
|Click the expand/collapse toggle switch at the folders left
|Expand or collapse folder contents
If the Details in Tree View option is selected, file size and modification timestamp are displayed to the right of each file in the project tree.