Currently we have a gradle build where we've customized the gradle project to generate an idea project that includes our preferred code styles and inspection preferences. I would like to achieve the same result by simply opening the build.gradle file instead.
We never chekin the idea project, we just use the gradle project as the build definition. Right now developers checkout a project, run 'gradle idea' and then open the resulting customized idea project file. Ideally, they should be able to checkout the project and just open the build.gradle file, but when they do so they get whatever local default customization properties applied to the project which has proven inconvenient to keep chasing down.
Can anyone suggest a way to configure the project to avoid this problem?
Thanks - Guy