JDKs and global libraries placement

Hi there,

This might have been discussed before, but since I don't remember to have
seen it recently, here it is:

I was trying to update some global libraries and I was looking under the IDE
settings for an icon or something. Obviously, I couldn't find it there,
since the libraries are configured elsewhere.

I know it makes some sense to have the libraries grouped together, but
since both the JDKs and the global libraries are IDE specific I find it odd
to have to end up searching for them in the project settings section, under
the Paths icon.

Is this work in progress (I'm on 1050) or do you intend to keep those
settings there?

Andrei


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Most likely both Global Libraries and JDKs will appear under IDE Settings

Eugene


"Andrei Oprea" <andrei_oprea@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi there,

>

This might have been discussed before, but since I don't remember to have
seen it recently, here it is:

>

I was trying to update some global libraries and I was looking under the

IDE

settings for an icon or something. Obviously, I couldn't find it there,
since the libraries are configured elsewhere.

>

I know it makes some sense to have the libraries grouped together, but
since both the JDKs and the global libraries are IDE specific I find it

odd

to have to end up searching for them in the project settings section,

under

the Paths icon.

>

Is this work in progress (I'm on 1050) or do you intend to keep those
settings there?

>

Andrei

>
>


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Excellent, could we also have Project Libraries show up under the
project section of the ide settings?

(They really should be called Settings not IDE settings)

R

Eugene Belyaev (JetBrains) wrote:

Most likely both Global Libraries and JDKs will appear under IDE Settings

Eugene


"Andrei Oprea" <andrei_oprea@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>>Hi there,
>>
>>This might have been discussed before, but since I don't remember to have
>>seen it recently, here it is:
>>
>>I was trying to update some global libraries and I was looking under the


IDE

>>settings for an icon or something. Obviously, I couldn't find it there,
>>since the libraries are configured elsewhere.
>>
>>I know it makes some sense to have the libraries grouped together, but
>>since both the JDKs and the global libraries are IDE specific I find it


odd

>>to have to end up searching for them in the project settings section,


under

>>the Paths icon.
>>
>>Is this work in progress (I'm on 1050) or do you intend to keep those
>>settings there?
>>
>>Andrei
>>
>>


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Great, thanks.

Andrei

Eugene Belyaev (JetBrains) wrote:

Most likely both Global Libraries and JDKs will appear under IDE Settings

Eugene


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