Installing plugin

From repository

At first you can close all your opened projects. It is not necessary but it is a good practice before messing with plugins.

Figure 1. Closing projects.

Next from main screen go to plugins configuration page (main screen of IntelliJ -> Configure -> Plugins).

Figure 2. Main screen of IntelliJ.

Then in the bottom of the window click button Browse repositories....

Figure 3. Plugins screen.

Now enter JLupin name in search box at the top. Then from the list select JLupin Platform IntelliJ Plugin and choose to install it.

Figure 4. Selecting plugin and installing.

Restart IntelliJ IDE to make changes applied. After that your editor with plugin will be ready to use.

Figure 5. Restarting IDE.

From downloaded file

At first you can close all your opened projects. It is not necessary but it is a good practice before messing with plugins.

Figure 1. Closing projects.

Next from main screen go to plugins configuration page (main screen of IntelliJ -> Configure -> Plugins).

Figure 2. Main screen of IntelliJ.

Then in the bottom of the window click button Install plugin from disk....

Figure 3. Plugins screen.

Now select jar file from downloaded zip with plugin and confirm your choice.

Figure 4. Selecting zip file.

Restart IntelliJ IDE to make changes applied. After that your editor with plugin will be ready to use.

Figure 5. Restarting IDE.