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Whatever you do in MPS, you do that in the context of a project. A project is an organizational unit that represents a complete software solution. It serves as a basis for coding assistance, bulk refactoring, coding style consistency, etc.
Such project directory contains a
.idea directory, with the following files:
*.imlfile that describes the project structure.
workspace.xmlfile that contains your workspace preferences.
- A number of
.xmlfile is responsible for its own set of settings, that can be recognized by its name:
Thus, for example, adding a new run/debug configuration and changing encoding will affect two different
.xmlfiles. This helps avoid merge conflicts when the project settings are stored in a version control system and modified by the different team members.
All the settings files in the
.idea directory should be put under version control
workspace.xml, which stores your local preferences. The
workspace.xml file should be
marked as ignored by VCS.
.idea directory is not visible in the Project view of the Project tool window.
The directory structure of each project contains the
.idea directory for the MPS-specific settings and the project file, and libraries.
MPS suggests the following types of projects: