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From Dan Smith <dsm...@pivotal.io>
Subject Re: Problems in the gradle idea generated project
Date Tue, 16 May 2017 22:03:52 GMT
I don't think you actually need to use the gradle idea plugin - I think
that's less up to date than the intellij's support for gradle. Just import
the project as a gradle project in intellij.

-Dan

On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 2:52 PM, Kirk Lund <klund@apache.org> wrote:

> If I use the idea plugin to generate an IntelliJ project for Geode:
>
> $ ./gradlew idea
>
> ...the resulting IntelliJ project contains "5 Problems" involving the
> extensions modules:
>
> *Module geode-modules-session: invalid item
> 'extensions/geode-modules-session-internal' in the dependencies list*
> *Module geode-modules-session: invalid item 'extensions/geode-modules' in
> the dependencies list*
> *Module geode-modules-session-internal: invalid item
> 'extensions/geode-modules' in the dependencies list*
> *Module geode-modules-tomcat7: invalid item 'extensions/geode-modules' in
> the dependencies list*
> *Module geode-modules-tomcat8: invalid item 'extensions/geode-modules' in
> the dependencies list*
>
> This looks like we have some quirk or minor problem in our gradle files
> that doesn't perfectly translate to an IntelliJ project. Any ideas how to
> fix the above problems?
>

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