I am using IntelliJ12 UltimateEdition on my OSX computer.
I have a multi-module project, which has one jaxb module.
Executing "mvn clean install" works correctly (it creates the jaxb/target/*).
IntelliJ don't find the jaxb generated sources,
and I have to manually go to IntelliJ, select my jaxb module -> Open Module Settings ->
and select the "target/generated/sources" as "Sources" and remove "target/" from "Excluded".
then it works fine.
however, i need to do this every time I make a "mvn clean install".
It seems that the problem is with the name of the folder.
my "mvn clean install" generates "target/generated/sources"
and IntelliJ expects to find "target/generated-sources/" (note the '-' instead of '/').
do you know what could be the problem?
also, going to IntelliJ and clicking on "Maven -> Generate sources and Update Folders For All Projects",
creates a directory "target/generated/resources" where it gets all the XSD files
but it does not create the target/generated/sources, nor target/generated-sources.
This works fine with IntelliJ on Windows, but it fails on my OSX.
OS: Mac OS X
JDK: JDK 1.6.0