No, you pick the JDK for the project/module independently from the
IDE. One problem is that IntelliJ does not (afaikt - I never had the
need to do so before) support passing parameters to the Groovy
compiler (you can supply a Groovy configscript).
On 04.07.2018 01:35, Paul King wrote:
Does the JDK you run Intellij under need to be the
same as what your project settings point to?
does anyone allready have experience compiling a Groovy
IntelliJ and OpenJDK 10 ?
We are currently using OpenJDK 8 and would need to evaluate
possible) if our Groovy framework has any problems building
under OpenJDK 10. We are using IntelliJ modules as our build
with OpenJDK 10 the Groovy build throws an internal compiler
NotesException requires a base class from the java.corba
can no longer be found. Is there a (quick) way to make Groovy
module compatible under IntelliJ 2018.1.5 ?