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Igor Yakovlev 5663692a3c
Implemented multi-session support
1 year ago
license Set license to Apache 2.0 2 years ago
src/main Implemented multi-session support 1 year ago
.gitignore Initial commit 3 years ago Add 1 year ago
build.gradle Update IJ supported version to 213 (star should not be used because marketplace rejects such kind of version) 1 year ago Update gradle 3 years ago
gradlew Update gradle 3 years ago
gradlew.bat Update gradle 3 years ago
settings.gradle Rename plugin to JumpToLine 2 years ago

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Jump to Line IntelliJ Plugin


The Jump to Line plugin allows you to get to any line of code while debugging. Drag and drop a yellow arrow to the desired place in the gutter, and it will put an execution point there. In contrast to stepping, the plugin enables you to start running your program from that point without executing the preceding code. Jumping to lines is possible both forward and backward within a function. Jump to line highlights the lines suitable for jumps in green. Making changes to some lines may break the workflow. Thats why the IDE will highlight any risky lines in yellow. You can still move to them, but you should first consider the possible inconsistencies that may result. Blogpost about this plugin with additional info and examples can be found here.

Supported platforms

IntelliJ IDEA 2020+ with Java and Kotlin JVM


Download plugin at JetBrains Marketplace

link to download

or Install it directly from IntelliJ IDEA with marketplace:

Preferences -> Plugins -> Marketplace -> Jump to Line


Apache License Version 2.0