I am a little confused about how to organize my classpath in IJ 6.0.
We have project organized like this:
classes - compiled java classes
dist - distribution / build
rsrc - resources like property files, images, icons, configurations
src - java code files
In order to run the application from within the IDE rsrc and some subdirectories need to be in the classpath. Intuitively or naively, I configured those directories as a module library. Since IntelliJ 6.0, this had the effect that rsrc and its subdirs where not shown under project root anymore (in the project tree) but under the library node, which I found annoying but I accepted it. Today, I tried to delete a file in subdirectory of rsrc and IntelliJ responded with the message Detach library dialog. Huh? I never intended this. However, I was not able to delete the file from within the project tree at all.
So, I came to the conclusion, that I may do project configuration not as intended. Therefore I ask how my situation can be solved. Is there a way to attach a directory to IntelliJ's classpath without including it to a library? Probably it is easy and I am to blind to find it.
Still, I find when I try to delete a file in a library from within the project tree, IJ should not detach the library, but should ask whether the file should be deleted and removed from the library.