Working sets in IntelliJ

Hi,

in IntelliJ you can move modules to module groups. But one module can be put to only one module-group.

Is there also working set concept (similar to Eclipse)? So I can put modules to different set and can choose the current to be displayed one. Especially when you have many modules with this feature you have a more clean Project view and don't get distracted by all modules.

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Hello manuel,

You can use Favorites lists for this purpose. You can add either entire modules
or specific packages or subdirectories to a Favorites list.

in IntelliJ you can move modules to module groups. But one module can
be put to only one module-group.

Is there also working set concept (similar to Eclipse)? So I can put
modules to different set and can choose the current to be displayed
one. Especially when you have many modules with this feature you have
a more clean Project view and don't get distracted by all modules.


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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great!

like it even more as eclipse, because favorites is a dedicated project-explorer option.

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Thx for helpfull reply Dmitry,

just one more thing, the Favorites view is missing the "Scroll from Source". There is auto scroll, but it's not the same as in project view, it should be possible to navigate manually.

project_view.png
vs.
favorites_view.png
Intellij Ultimate 12.1.6

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