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Tabby Plugin for IntelliJ Platform

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Tabby is an AI coding assistant that can suggest multi-line code or full functions in real-time.

Tabby IntelliJ Platform plugin works with all IntelliJ Platform IDEs that have build 2022.2.5 or later versions, such as IDEA, PyCharm, GoLand, Android Studio, and more.

Getting Started​

  1. Set up the Tabby Server: you can build your self-hosted Tabby server following this guide.
  2. Install Tabby plugin from JetBrains Marketplace.
  3. Install Node.js version 18.0 or higher.
  4. Open the settings by clicking on the Tabby plugin status bar item and select Open Settings....
    1. Fill in the server endpoint URL to connect the plugin to your Tabby server.
    • If you are using default port http://localhost:8080, you can skip this step.
    1. If your Tabby server requires an authentication token, set your token in settings. Alternatively, you can set it in the config file.
    2. Enter the node binary path into the designated field
    • If node binary is already accessible via your PATH environment variable, you can skip this step.
    • Remember to save the settings and restart the IDE if you made changes to this option.
  5. Check the Tabby plugin status bar item, it should display a check mark if the plugin is successfully connected to the Tabby server.

Troubleshooting​

If you encounter any problem, please check out our troubleshooting guide.

Development and Build​

To develop and build Tabby plugin, please clone this directory and import it into IntelliJ Idea.