I am using IntelliJ 11.1.3 and there doesn't seem to be any intuitive way to configure a new Groovy SDK. So let's say I download a new version of Groovy and want to create an SDK so I can assign it to my project. How do I do this?
There also seems to be a huge usuability issue with adding a Groovy SDK to an exising project. For example, if I want to add Groovy support to an exising java project. There doesn't seem any intuitive way to do this.
The only way I found to add groovy to an existing project is to create a new File then give it a .groovy extension. At that point IntelliJ does helpfully offer to configure a SDK (with the option to create a new one with a different version). How could I add the SDK without having to give a file the .groovy extension though?
The whole adding Groovy SDK's and adding Groovy to an existing project really needs some usability work.