IDEA Server and plugin settings sync question

Hello,

I have IntelliJ IDEA 10.0.3 on a Windows 7 box and 10.0.3 on a Snow Leopard MacBook Pro.  I use IDEA Server on each machine.  I also use JRebel and in particular the JRebel IntelliJ IDEA plugin.  

My trouble is that the JRebel plugin location is overwritten with each sync.

Mac: /Applications/ZeroTurnAround/JRebel/jrebel.jar
Win7: C:\Program Files\ZeroTurnaround\JRebel\jrebel.jar

Can I disable sync for an individual plugin?
Can I use system variables to somehow circumvent the issue?
Can I use relative paths and install jrebel.jar in an appropriate place relative to the IntelliJ IDEA installation?

Thanks for your advice,
James

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Hello James,

This can be solved by the developers of the JRebel plugin: there is an API
that allows to disable the synchronization of certain settings. There is
no way for a user to control which settings are synchronized.

I have IntelliJ IDEA 10.0.3 on a Windows 7 box and 10.0.3 on a Snow
Leopard MacBook Pro.  I use IDEA Server on each machine.  I also use
JRebel and in particular the JRebel IntelliJ IDEA plugin.

My trouble is that the JRebel plugin location is overwritten with each
sync.

Mac: /Applications/ZeroTurnAround/JRebel/jrebel.jar Win7: C:\Program
Files\ZeroTurnaround\JRebel\jrebel.jar

Can I disable sync for an individual plugin?

Can I use system variables to somehow circumvent the issue?

Can I use relative paths and install jrebel.jar in an appropriate
place relative to the IntelliJ IDEA installation?


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