Ever though of something like "Jar Dir" or "Library Dir" ?

Maybe that is not proper to ask this question here, but i can't find the "feature suggestion" forum.

the so-called "Library Dir" is just a DIRECTORY we could specify for our modules where all JAR files in it will be automaticly added to the modules library path. In advanced , this automatic machanic may be recursive.

for example, i hava project with "src, lib, doc, dist, classes" directories. I always put my library jar in the "lib" dir. That "lib" dir is just my "Library Dir".
Currently, if i put a new jar (e.g. openapi3296.jar) in to "lib", i must modify my project to obviously annouce this changed. If only i could just delete the old openapi3290.jar and copy the openapi3296.jar to "lib" dir without modifying my project, things really get simple a lot!

Anyone who every thought this? Thanks for reading my post... Thanks a lot:)

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warbaby wrote:

Maybe that is not proper to ask this question here, but i can't find the "feature suggestion" forum.

the so-called "Library Dir" is just a DIRECTORY we could specify for our modules where all JAR files in it will be automaticly added to the modules library path. In advanced , this automatic machanic may be recursive.

for example, i hava project with "src, lib, doc, dist, classes" directories. I always put my library jar in the "lib" dir. That "lib" dir is just my "Library Dir".
Currently, if i put a new jar (e.g. openapi3296.jar) in to "lib", i must modify my project to obviously annouce this changed. If only i could just delete the old openapi3290.jar and copy the openapi3296.jar to "lib" dir without modifying my project, things really get simple a lot!

Anyone who every thought this? Thanks for reading my post... Thanks a lot:)


Requested a hundred times, for example as
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEABKL-1122

/Kreiger



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You're certainly not the first to suggest this, or even the fifty-first. It's been widely suggested, but I don't know that I've ever heard an official JetBrains comment on the idea.

--Dave Griffith

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Oh, I'm so glad that i'm not alone :P I was just thinking that i hadn't know how to use IDEA.

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