Hi, I have a question regarding Maven in 7.0:
Is it not possible to just update the dependencies of a module instead of having to synchronize the whole project?
It is very inconvenient because all module settings are lost, like module group information or all manually added module dependencies. After every maven synchro, you have to readjust all settings manually.
As far as I could find out, manually adding module dependencies to an existing maven module is necessary since IntelliJ does not automatically resolve intermodule dependencies and hence does not link the source code.
Why isn't it simply possible to do e.g. a right click on pom.xml in the project pane und select an "update maven project"? I think the maven reloaded plugin (or a similar name) in 6.0 was quite good at this.
Importing the maven project every time IntelliJ starts leads to the same inconvenient procedure of having to readjust all settings again since custom module info is not saved neither.