Validation of AsciiDoc files
The AsciiDoc plugin for IntelliJ validates cross-references and attributes.
How the plugin can help with validation
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.
How to edit files as a project
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.