JetGroovy 1.5 Wiped Out A Whole Module Of My Project!

Hi,

I thought I was upgrading to a new JetGroovy 1.0, but instead it was 1.5. After restarting IDEA (#7718) I was notified of a new facet detection (and of a NoClassDefFound exception from InspectorGroovy).

The module of my project that contained my Grails application has been wiped out, replaced with a module of the same name displaying the Grails logo but containing none of my original module constituents.

I have "Postponed" the acceptance of the newly detected facet.

Is there any way to get my destroyed module back?

Randall Schulz

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I think it's InspectorGroovy that needs to be removed - we are working to incorporate this to jetgroovy itself.

Eguene.

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What about my lost module? Can I recover it? If so, how?

You should warn us about any incompatibilities between JetGroovy and InspectorGroovy.

RRS

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What about my lost module? Can I recover it? If so,
how?

I guess your .iml (module definition) file is present on disk? If so, just readd it to your project via add module -> add existing module


You should warn us about any incompatibilities
between JetGroovy and InspectorGroovy.

Or should it be the author of InspectorGroovy? Anyway, we are on the way to integrate it into JetGroovy, so there won't be a separate plugin with possibility of incompatibilities.

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And yes, this InspectorGroovy integration is courtesy of Dave Griffith of course.

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The name that JetGroovy chose for its auto-detection was the same one as the module wiped out, so there's nothing to add back.

What happened, anyway? Why did JetGroovy eradicate my module in favor of a new one of its own?

RRS

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