Creating an Intelli-J Project JDK that uses BD-J Stubs

I am doing Blu-ray development. The Blu-ray Disc Association provides a stub jar that contains stubbed out implementations of the available API. It is a subset of the JDK 1.3 and adds other industry APIs. Currently, I have 1.3 as my project JDK, with the stub jar as a project library.

What I'd prefer, is to have a modified JDK install that uses my stub jar instead of the core JDK rt.jar. I attempted to do this by copying my jdk1.3 install to a peer folder and simply replacing rt.jar with my stub jar. However, IDEA complained about it being corrupt and I can't run anything (obviously, since the classes are no-op'ed).

The idea is that some of the 1.3 API really isn't available to me, but it appears to be since I am using 1.3 as my project JDK. Do I just need to set 1.3 as my run configuration JRE and use the modified JDK as my project JDK?

Is there a better solution?

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Is this just not possible? If not, I will add a JIRA issue.

This appears to be possible in Eclipse...

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Has the JetBrains support team stopped responding to paying customers? You guys used to be so good at responding to forum posts.

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Hello Jeff,

Has the JetBrains support team stopped responding to paying customers?
You guys used to be so good at responding to forum posts.


Our support service is available at:
http://www.jetbrains.com/support/idea/index.html

The forums are usually monitored by developers, not by the support team,
and do not carry any reply guarantees.

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Dmitry Jemerov
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Thanks for the response, I have sent in my question through the official path.

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