Can't navigate from one module's source to another

Build 2118

I used to be able to navigate from the source file of one module to a
source file in another module. It seems this has gone away. Anybody
have any ideas on how to get this going again.

I even tried to marked the module as dependent - no change.

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Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer

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update

Once I am in the dependent module, I can navigate to other classes that
are within the module. By navigate, I mean CTRL-click.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Norris Shelton wrote:

Build 2118

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I used to be able to navigate from the source file of one module to a
source file in another module. It seems this has gone away. Anybody
have any ideas on how to get this going again.

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I even tried to marked the module as dependent - no change.

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I have 2118 as well and I am not running into this problem. I'm running it on WindowsXP.

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I am in windows 2000 (fully updated).

I can be in the dependent module and find usages on a method that leads
back to the other module. Then when I try to CTRL-click, it asks me if
I want to decompile it. Argh.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Michael Garza wrote:

>I have 2118 as well and I am not running into this problem. I'm running it on WindowsXP.

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Hey guys. I really need some help on this. One of my teammates also
has this problem. Maybe it is how I have the project set-up. Can
someone tell me the correct way? Could it have to do with another
library having the same classes, but not the source. Maybe IntelliJ is
finding them in the library first.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Norris Shelton wrote:

I am in windows 2000 (fully updated).

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I can be in the dependent module and find usages on a method that
leads back to the other module. Then when I try to CTRL-click, it
asks me if I want to decompile it. Argh.

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Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer

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Michael Garza wrote:

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>> I have 2118 as well and I am not running into this problem. I'm
>> running it on WindowsXP.
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OK, that is in fact the problem. I manually moved the module up. Does
it make sense to make a request to have the dependent module to default
to after the module source? The first position is the JDK, the second
position is the current module.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Norris Shelton wrote:

Hey guys. I really need some help on this. One of my teammates also
has this problem. Maybe it is how I have the project set-up. Can
someone tell me the correct way? Could it have to do with another
library having the same classes, but not the source. Maybe IntelliJ
is finding them in the library first.
Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer

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Norris Shelton wrote:

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>> I am in windows 2000 (fully updated).
>>
>> I can be in the dependent module and find usages on a method that
>> leads back to the other module. Then when I try to CTRL-click, it
>> asks me if I want to decompile it. Argh.
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>> Norris Shelton
>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>> Michael Garza wrote:
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>>> I have 2118 as well and I am not running into this problem. I'm
>>> running it on WindowsXP.
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