Creating new project doesn't create correct project folder.. Anyone see this?

I know in IntelliJ 3.x there was a bug where when I create a new project,
and type in the project name then that name would be used in the creating
the sub-directory for that project. IT was fixed in the 3.x but seems not to
be fixed in Aurora....

For example, I go to the new Project Wizard, type in a name such as
'TestProject' and the expected behavior would be to have the location path
be: c:\ideaprojects\testproject\testproject.ipr but instead it creates a
directory c:\ideaprojects\untitledXX\testproject.ipr. Over the time period
of using this, I have like 15 Untitled project folders. :D

Also, has anyone else noticed that if you add a new JDK during the wizard,
and then add additional jar files to the classpath of that JDK (such as in
the etc or ext dir) that those jars you added will not save for that JDK?
This does work however if you are adding a JDK not during the create project
wizard..

--Grant Gochnauer

PS: Amazing work on Aurora BTW, its totally AWESOME :D


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The New Project wizard will be completely rewritten anyway. We will
definitely fix known usability problems of the current one in the new
wizard.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Grant Gochnauer" <ggochnauer@braunconsult.com> wrote in message
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I know in IntelliJ 3.x there was a bug where when I create a new project,
and type in the project name then that name would be used in the creating
the sub-directory for that project. IT was fixed in the 3.x but seems not

to

be fixed in Aurora....

>

For example, I go to the new Project Wizard, type in a name such as
'TestProject' and the expected behavior would be to have the location path
be: c:\ideaprojects\testproject\testproject.ipr but instead it creates a
directory c:\ideaprojects\untitledXX\testproject.ipr. Over the time period
of using this, I have like 15 Untitled project folders. :D

>

Also, has anyone else noticed that if you add a new JDK during the wizard,
and then add additional jar files to the classpath of that JDK (such as in
the etc or ext dir) that those jars you added will not save for that JDK?
This does work however if you are adding a JDK not during the create

project

wizard..

>

--Grant Gochnauer

>

PS: Amazing work on Aurora BTW, its totally AWESOME :D

>
>


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Awesome... Thanks for the quick reply.

--Grant

"Valentin Kipiatkov" <valentin@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:bhdb31$5rl$1@is.intellij.net...

The New Project wizard will be completely rewritten anyway. We will
definitely fix known usability problems of the current one in the new
wizard.

>

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>

"Grant Gochnauer" <ggochnauer@braunconsult.com> wrote in message
news:bhdama$4te$1@is.intellij.net...

I know in IntelliJ 3.x there was a bug where when I create a new

project,

and type in the project name then that name would be used in the

creating

the sub-directory for that project. IT was fixed in the 3.x but seems

not

to

be fixed in Aurora....

>

For example, I go to the new Project Wizard, type in a name such as
'TestProject' and the expected behavior would be to have the location

path

be: c:\ideaprojects\testproject\testproject.ipr but instead it creates a
directory c:\ideaprojects\untitledXX\testproject.ipr. Over the time

period

of using this, I have like 15 Untitled project folders. :D

>

Also, has anyone else noticed that if you add a new JDK during the

wizard,

and then add additional jar files to the classpath of that JDK (such as

in

the etc or ext dir) that those jars you added will not save for that

JDK?

This does work however if you are adding a JDK not during the create

project

wizard..

>

--Grant Gochnauer

>

PS: Amazing work on Aurora BTW, its totally AWESOME :D

>
>

>
>


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