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Support automatic detection of Kotlin-based subprojects #80

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johnzeringue opened this Issue Jun 22, 2016 · 4 comments

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Related to #37, a root project that is configured by a *.gradle.kts file should automatically detect similar files in subprojects.

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Possibly related is importing a module.

Following the sample README.md for importing a project on 0.2.0 works perfectly.

Reproduction steps:

Using IntelliJ 16.1.3 with https://teamcity.jetbrains.com/guestAuth/repository/download/bt345/805470:id/kotlin-plugin-1.1.0-dev-1303.zip

  1. Create a new Empty Project
  2. Open the File -> Project Structure window
  3. Click the "Add" (plus sign) button and select Import Module
  4. Select hello-kotlin project

Expected: Autocomplete/classpath detection in build.gradle.kts
Actual:
screen shot 2016-06-23 at 2 12 39 pm

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mkobit commented Jun 23, 2016

Possibly related is importing a module.

Following the sample README.md for importing a project on 0.2.0 works perfectly.

Reproduction steps:

Using IntelliJ 16.1.3 with https://teamcity.jetbrains.com/guestAuth/repository/download/bt345/805470:id/kotlin-plugin-1.1.0-dev-1303.zip

  1. Create a new Empty Project
  2. Open the File -> Project Structure window
  3. Click the "Add" (plus sign) button and select Import Module
  4. Select hello-kotlin project

Expected: Autocomplete/classpath detection in build.gradle.kts
Actual:
screen shot 2016-06-23 at 2 12 39 pm

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Not that this means there isn't any connection, but the issue I observed was Gradle independent of IntelliJ. Just to clarify.

johnzeringue commented Jun 23, 2016

Not that this means there isn't any connection, but the issue I observed was Gradle independent of IntelliJ. Just to clarify.

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nanodeath Jun 24, 2016

I also expected to be able to configure just a subproject (for now) as a *.gradle.kts file, while leaving the root project as a regular Groovy script, but I've yet to figure out how to make that work. I'm basically seeing what @mkobit screenshotted. I'll keep fiddling with my settings.gradle file for now.

I also expected to be able to configure just a subproject (for now) as a *.gradle.kts file, while leaving the root project as a regular Groovy script, but I've yet to figure out how to make that work. I'm basically seeing what @mkobit screenshotted. I'll keep fiddling with my settings.gradle file for now.

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Fixed by #37.

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bamboo commented May 5, 2017

Fixed by #37.

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ohtomi added a commit to ohtomi/lazybones-templates that referenced this issue Jun 19, 2017

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