Go to our download page
, select nightly, select zip bundle, review the options and choose the bindings you're interested in, then click on Generate Bundle.
When the download is complete, extract its contents in your project.
In IntelliJ, go to Project Structure -> Libraries -> New Project Library. Add all LWJGL JARs (including the natives) to the library and add the library as a dependency to your project module(s). You do not need to extract the native libraries, it will work fine.
If you want to match the Maven/Gradle behavior exactly, you could create 2 separate libraries:
- One with the class+source JARs, make it a compile dependency of your module(s).
- One with the natives JARs, make it a runtime dependency of your module(s).
You can do this in the Project Structure -> Modules -> select a module -> Dependencies tab, by changing the Scope of each dependency.