Really interesting, I think that having your IDE integrated with your document system is a really good thing, you can write the documentation (or read it) then write your code (test and code), ... without having to change the context (no multiple programs, no manual steps, ...) so you can stay focused on your work.
Julien, would you like to create a blog post (either on your blog, or send one as a pull request to the asciidoctor site) and we'll be sure to highlight it that way? If you're agreeable to it, this would be another good repo to pull into the asciidoctor organization.
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 2:38 AM, julien [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <[hidden email]> wrote:
I started to port a Markdown Intellij plugin to Asciidoc using the java Asciidoc integration. The current work is very alpha and allows to provide a view of a document using Swing HTML component.
Even though the work is very alpha and is not yet deployed to the Intellij plugin center, I wanted to mention it publicly to avoid duplicate effort and encourage contributions.