Under the topic,
Configuring Folders Within a Content Root,
I found the following contextless statement:
"Files under a folder marked as Resource Root can be referenced relative to this folder. Excluded folders are not involved in indexing and therefore they are ignored while searching, parsing, watching etc."
What is the context of 'can be referenced'?
Does this mean:
1. any file under any folder within the project folder can be referenced in any other file within the project folder? (webstorm can perform majic with paths on behalf of any referenced js library)
2. Sub-files (child folder files) within a folder designated in the 'Content Root Dialog' as a Content Root or a Resource Root can reference any other file that exists anywhere within the network of defined Content Root and Resource Root folders, even in dependent js libraries?
3. This only applies to 'source', 'static', and 'asset' files and is meaningless when trying to create references between and among source files and various js libraries?
If any of the above are correct or incorrect, does Webstorm offer a consistent and reliable method of handling any and all paths from the root of its project structure?