I'm fairly new to Groovy and was wondering about IntellIJ's support for unresolved Groovy expression's
I'm currently undergoing a fairly sizable refactor on a fairly large codebase, and as a result some of my groovy references are now unresolved.
I think I have been pushing the extent of IntelliJ's groovy capability with what I'm trying to do -- I'd appreciate if someone has any more tips to offer.
- With IntelliJ current functionality, I've changed my inspection so that unresolved expressions show as an error. However it appears this is only enabled on a per project basis -- is there a way to get this to be a global setting?
- Is there an inspection / setting where I can make unresolved Groovy references throw a compile error? It seems that if IntelliJ is smart enough to know that my spring bean app context references are not correct and gives me compilation errors / warnings, this should be available for Groovy as well?