Relative Eclipse library dependencies are absolute

Hi,

I have switched the dependencies storage format in my IDEA module to Eclipse (.classpath). I use the relative paths in both places. Use "References to resources outside module file directory" in the module settings and "References to resources outside project file directory" in the project settings.

But the created .classpath file contains absolute paths! The original iml file still contains relative paths.

Is it a bug or a nonsupported feature? If I manually edit the .claspath file to relative paths and reload the project the relative paths work fine.

IDEA 7.0.2

Greetings,
Steve

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Hello Steve,

Seems it is a bug.

You may watch http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-24485

Thank you

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Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hi,

I have switched the dependencies storage format in my IDEA module to
Eclipse (.classpath). I use the relative paths in both places. Use
"References to resources outside module file directory" in the module
settings and "References to resources outside project file directory"
in the project settings.

But the created .classpath file contains absolute paths! The original
iml file still contains relative paths.

Is it a bug or a nonsupported feature? If I manually edit the
.claspath file to relative paths and reload the project the relative
paths work fine.

IDEA 7.0.2

Greetings,
Steve



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