I have a thorny situation with debugging node js code when using a folder that is a junction.
When I open/edit a file from a folder which is a junction and set breakpoints in it, the breakpoints will not hit. I need to open the actual file for the breakpoints to hit correctly.
A. c:\temp\project\test.js -- Original file
B. c:\sources\project <=> c:\temp\project\test.js -- Junction folder pointing to c:\temp\project (Note that only c:\source is in an idea project and visible in webstorm)
If I open test.js in folder A, everything works, if I open it in folder B it doesn't. I have tried creating a library and setting everything as such, to no avail. It's a shame because it makes working with a lot of junction sort of impossible.
For reference, I am on windows 7.