This seemed to work OK for about 2 weeks, but now I get a bunch of errors when I start up WebStorm:
4:25:05 PM Unknown Module Type
Cannot determine module type for the following modules:
"cms-bootstrap-configuration" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
"cms-bootstrap-content" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
"cms-cms" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
"cms-site" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
"quorum" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
"textchatserver" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
"videochatclient" (type 'Flex')
"videochatserver" (type 'JAVA_MODULE')
All mentioned modules will be treated as Unknown modules.
4:25:05 PM Load error: undefined path variables
MAVEN_REPOSITORY is undefined. Fix it
Path variables are used to substitute absolute paths in WebStorm project files and allow project file sharing in version control systems.
Some of the files describing the current project settings contain unknown path variables and WebStorm cannot restore those paths. (show balloon)
And then when I switch between WebStorm and IntelliJ, I get a dialog like this:
Project Files Changed
Project components were changed externally and cannot be reloaded:
Would you like to reload the project?
WebStorm seems to change a bunch of config files in the parent .idea directory of the IntelliJ project, a bunch of xml files are edited, removing <javadoc> elements (which seem to mention the MAVEN_REPOSITORY variable) and changing a bunch of files that contain NewModuleRootManager configs (that mention a JAVA_MODULE var).
Is there any way to get these two tools to play fair together?