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JetBrains: Open project

Alfred5 workflow to easily open your projects with your favorite JetBrains product.

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You need Node.js 14+ and Alfred 5.0+ with the paid Powerpack upgrade.

This workflow need one of JetBrains products (2019.1+), and its shell script to works

About issues

It's my daily tool, so I will fix issue that I can reproduce with my environment, which is

  • macOS 13.3
  • Alfred 5 (latest available)
  • at least Node 14, but not really important, node is only required to install this workflow

Please check the troubleshooting guide first, and other issues. And please follow the issue template for bug report 🙏

Installation / Update

$ npm install -g @bchatard/alfred-jetbrains

Init shell script

  • Via JetBrains Toolbox:
    • Open the JetBrains Toolbox window, and then click on the parameter icon;
    • In the following form, enable Generate shell scripts, and set a path for script
    • More info: Toolbox App 1.11: What’s New.
  • Via Product (removed since 2023.x) Create Command-line Launcher

How to use

  • Open Alfred with your usual hotkey
  • Type keyword (example pstorm) followed by your project name jetbrains-projects-secret-light
Default Keywords
  • Cross Products: jb (search projects on for all products)

  • AndroidStudio: studio;

  • AppCode: appcode (sunset by JetBrains, no more support on my side too);

  • Aqua: aqua;

  • CLion: clion;

  • DataGrip: datagrip;

  • DataSpell: dataspell;

  • Fleet: fleet;

  • GoLand: goland;

  • IntelliJ Idea: idea (default to Ultimate Edition, see customisation to change this);

  • PhpStorm: pstorm;

  • PyCharm: pycharm (default to Professional Edition, see customisation to change this);

  • Rider: rider;

  • RubyMine: rubymine;

  • WebStorm: wstorm;

Supported versions I test with these products/versions:
  • AndroidStudio: since 3.+;
  • AppCode: since 2018.3;
  • Aqua: since 2023.1;
  • CLion: since 2018.3;
  • DataGrip: since 2018.3;
  • DataSpell: since 2023.1;
  • Fleet: public preview;
  • GoLand: since 2018.3;
  • IntelliJ Idea: since 2018.3;
  • PhpStorm: since 2018.3;
  • PyCharm: since 2018.3;
  • Rider: since 2018.3;
  • RubyMine: since 2018.3;
  • WebStorm: since 2018.3;

For other versions:


Some of JetBrains product are available in different editions (ex: PyCharm - Professional, Edu & Community). In that case they share the same bin / keyword, so you need to customise the Preferences folder to retrieve your projects.




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