Libraries tab layout looks good

I'm glad you guys pulled back from the crazy library setup you had
before, now it's nice, tight and concise.

I am referring to the layout when editing a module in the libraries tab.

R

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I agree. Fixed up a couple of my complaints about the former page. Lookin good guys!

J

(I'm supposed to be doing documentation today, which explains my excessive postings. I don't know how Robert gets any actual work done.)

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I don't know how Robert gets any actual work done.


hey!

R

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I have to agree the new library setup stuff looks sweet. Everything is
looking very nice.. there have been a lot of changes in the project/module
area in the past few releases, each better than the rest.

Now if IDEA would write ALL my code for me...

I'm glad you guys pulled back from the crazy library setup you had
before, now it's nice, tight and concise.

>

I am referring to the layout when editing a module in the libraries tab.

>

R




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My only complaint left now is that in the "Order" tab of modules, if say you reinstalled IDEA (which happens a lot during EAP) and you named your Global Libraries something different than before and bring in an existing project, the old names of the named global libraries are still there and in red with no way to get rid of them.

Patrick

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>My only complaint left now is that in the "Order" tab of modules, if say you reinstalled IDEA (which happens a lot during EAP) and you named your Global Libraries something different than before and bring in an existing project, the old names of the named global libraries are still there and in red with no way to get rid of them

This is actually a feature, believe it or not. Here's a discussion on it ...
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=24828

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It is a feature that it's in red, but it's not a feature in that you
cannot do anything to remove it except editing the IML by hand. It's been
logged, and I'm assuming will be fixed in the future.

My only complaint left now is that in the "Order" tab of modules, if say
you reinstalled IDEA (which happens a lot during EAP) and you named your
Global Libraries something different than before and bring in an
existing project, the old names of the named global libraries are still
there and in red with no way to get rid of them.

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Patrick




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This will be fixed soon.

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My only complaint left now is that in the "Order" tab of modules, if say

you reinstalled IDEA (which happens a lot during EAP) and you named your
Global Libraries something different than before and bring in an existing
project, the old names of the named global libraries are still there and in
red with no way to get rid of them.
>

Patrick



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Patrick Burleson wrote:

My only complaint left now is that in the "Order" tab of modules, if say you reinstalled IDEA (which happens a lot during EAP) and you named your Global Libraries something different than before and bring in an existing project, the old names of the named global libraries are still there and in red with no way to get rid of them.


I filled a bug earlier today:

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=26769

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We're working on this - not all changes in this area were made into 1108, more are coming :)

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"Patrick Burleson" <pbur@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:11197511.1074207083250.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

My only complaint left now is that in the "Order" tab of modules, if say you reinstalled IDEA (which happens a lot during EAP) and

you named your Global Libraries something different than before and bring in an existing project, the old names of the named global
libraries are still there and in red with no way to get rid of them.
>

Patrick



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