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From Dale Emery <>
Subject Re: IntelliJ setup for develop
Date Thu, 25 Jul 2019 00:13:16 GMT
Running a ‘devBuild’ once on the command line will fix up some modules, sometimes. It doesn’t
appear to help with running the acceptance tests in geode-assembly, but (usually? often?)
does allow running geode-core tests in IntelliJ.


Dale Emery

> On Jul 24, 2019, at 3:37 PM, Murtuza Boxwala <> wrote:
> In my ideal world, I compile and run tests with IntelliJ.  IntelliJ is constantly recompiling,
so when you hit run, it’s usually just ready to run the tests and the feedback loop feels
much faster.
> But, the “output path is not specified for modules” does seem to reappear randomly,
and apparently it will disappear on its own after a few restarts maybe…not sure.  A re-import
will fix the issue as well, but the unreliability is definitely annoying.  Switching to gradle
makes things more predictable at the cost of speed.  I currently have both runners set as
"Default (IntelliJ)” and haven’t had issues for a couple weeks now.
>> On Jul 24, 2019, at 5:32 PM, Aaron Lindsey <> wrote:
>> I had the same issue. Now I use the same configuration as Jens and that fixed the
issue. The only problem is that I feel the Gradle build takes longer than IntelliJ’s build.
>> - Aaron
>>> On Jul 24, 2019, at 2:12 PM, Jens Deppe <> wrote:
>>> I'd suggest not trying to build with IntelliJ, but delegate to Gradle.
>>> (Search for 'gradle' in Settings and then set 'Build and run using *Gradle*').
>>> You can still run tests with IntelliJ (this is my preference as I feel it's
>>> faster).
>>> On Wed, Jul 24, 2019 at 2:03 PM Sai Boorlagadda <>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Building/Rebuilding in IntelliJ fails with error "Cannot start compilation:
>>>> the output path is not specified for modules". Any help would be
>>>> appreciated. I have been following[1] to setup intellij.
>>>> [1]

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