use of Kickstrap on WebStorm

I just installed WebStorm and I created a new Project using the option of Kickstrap as the Project Type.

My expectations is that I would find a directory structure (and content) similar to that of an unzipped Kickstart bundle.

I wanted to use HTML5 Boilerplate in addition to Boostrap  both of which are included in the original bundle, but the directory created by WebStorm didn't have the "extras" subdirectory that includes all of what Kickstrap provides on top of Bootstrap (e.g. h5bp)

Did I miss anything here?

thanks

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Hi Julio,
selecting 'master' as 'Kickstrap Version'.



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Yes, exactly.
I chose the Kickstrap version of the project.
My question is around the results of such new project as created by WebStorm.

It is missing all the "extras" typically found in a Kickstrap download. The extras include among others the HTML5 boilerplate.

thanks

** julio

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I'm sorry. My previous post was unclear.
To generate Kickstrap project with "extra" directory you should choose 'master' as a 'Kickstrap version' in a "Kickstrap" dialog (see screenshot attached to my previous post).
By default 'Kickstrap version' field is initialized with the latest Kickstrap project release version (at the moment it's 'v2.0.1').
Kickstrap v2.0.1 doesn't contain "extra" directory, but 'master' does.
https://github.com/ajkochanowicz/Kickstrap/tags

Hope this helps.

BTW, Kickstrap project generator will be substituted by Foundation3  http://foundation.zurb.com in WebStorm 5.0, because Kickstrap is less  popular.

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That is cool. Thanks.

I'm looking forward to the support of Foundation and hopefully both LESS and SASS.

thanks

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