Libraries in IntelliJ can be configured to be project libraries or global libraries. The screen shot below is for project libraries. Global libraries are configured in the same way. Click the settings toolbar button and chose the Project Structure option from the Project Settings dialog. Under either Project Libraries or Global Resources -> Global Libraries - right click and chose the add option. Browse to the folder where you extracted the Jolene zip file.
Once the library is added you can specify the source and doc folders as shown below.
Under Eclipse chose Window -> Preferences and then navigate in the treeview to Java -> Build Path -> User Libraries. In the User Libraries dialog click New.
Enter Jolene as the name of the library.
Highlight the Jolene project and click Add JARs. Browse and select jolene-core and jolene-plugin-struts (if struts is required). Expand each selection and you attach sources and Javadocs as shown below.
With NetBeans browse the treeview for Libraries, right-click and chose Add Library.
After you click Ok you can specify the class path, sources and Javadocs as per the screens below.
Note: In NetBeans 6.1 I get the following error message when selecting the Javadoc jar. The docs work fine so you can ignore the message.