#1246 ✓resolved
Ealden Escanan

play idealize in 1.2.4RC2 should also set ProjectRootManager

Reported by Ealden Escanan | November 13th, 2011 @ 01:18 PM | in 1.3 (closed)

Framework version:

  • Play 1.2.4 RC2
  • MacOS X 10.7.2

Reproduction steps:

  • Run play idealize
  • Load IPR into IDEA


I'm not sure if I should have added this to #1068. But since that was closed already I created a new one.

The IPR generated only sets the IML and not other settings. Once setting group is ProjectRootManager, which means that the 'Project SDK', 'Project language level', and 'Project compiler output' are not set. Attached is a screenshot with this settings window - I'm using IDEA 10.5.2 Ultimate.

The valid XML from Play 1.2.3 looks like this:

<component name="ProjectRootManager" version="2" languageLevel="JDK_1_6" assert-keyword="true" jdk-15="true" project-jdk-name="1.6" project-jdk-type="JavaSDK">
    <output url="file://$PROJECT_DIR$/out" />

I think output URL for 'Project compiler output' can be set safely, but languageLevel and project-jdk-name is dependent on each system. In MacOS X I only have 1.6, so I set this to 1.6 with 6.0 language level. I'm not sure if it is possible to determine this with the Python script.

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