Validation of AsciiDoc files
The AsciiDoc plugin for IntelliJ validates cross-references and attributes.
The IDE can validate, for example, cross-references and attribute names for a set of AsciiDoc files. It will also provide auto-completion for attribute names and references.
To do this, all files need to be in one project.
If the IDE opens a single file and not a project with all related files, it might show validation errors where it shouldn’t.
The user selects the menu item, then selects the folder and opens it. The IDE will open files in the folder and its sub-folder as one project. Validation and auto-completion then works as expected.
If the user opens the dialog to open a single file, the file will not be part of a project. The IDE can then only provide a sub-set of auto-completion and validation.
If files are in separate distinct folders and still belong together, the user can group them into one project. See chapter Multi-module Projects for more information.