Modules..... oh what a mess...

So I started breaking up this mess of an app with modules today, moving
code between modules seems to cause the odd exception, causing files to
be moved to the wrong location, and cvs left in a state of flux - but
nothing a bit of hacking can't get around.

But now I find ctrl-n doesn't return all the classes in the project, or
even in the same module.

Something really weird is going on I'm sure, even ant from the command
line is now playing up, so I'm not sure if its currently IDEA playing up,
or something idea played up with earlier :(





--
Discouragement is a dissatisfaction with the past, a distaste for the
present, and a distrust of the future - Maree De Jong, CLCA.

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On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 15:16:35 +1300, Mark Derricutt wrote:

So I started breaking up this mess of an app with modules today, moving
code between modules seems to cause the odd exception, causing files to be
moved to the wrong location, and cvs left in a state of flux - but nothing
a bit of hacking can't get around.

But now I find ctrl-n doesn't return all the classes in the project, or
even in the same module.

Something really weird is going on I'm sure, even ant from the command
line is now playing up, so I'm not sure if its currently IDEA playing up,
or something idea played up with earlier :(


I've discovered that in 992 modules can be hazardous to your health :)

R

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On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 21:22:46 -0500, Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I've discovered that in 992 modules can be hazardous to your health :)


Thats a bit of an understatement - I think I have my code under control
again now. Hopefully the modules will settle down and actually start
working properly.

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Mark, do you compile into one or into different output directories? We
found out (issue 21481), that (when compiling to one output directory)
IDEA does not enforce the module dependency.

Tom

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On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 10:38:23 +0100, Thomas Singer wrote:

Mark, do you compile into one or into different output directories? We
found out (issue 21481), that (when compiling to one output directory)
IDEA does not enforce the module dependency.


Originally I was building to one output directory, but have been setting
each module to use its own as I'm working through the "setup".

Things seem to be much nicer now...

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