On Sun, 29 Mar 2015 01:23:16 -0700 (PDT)
Natalija Yakovleva <natalija.yakovl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to use java project from GitHub. I'd like to write and
> compile it using Idea Community Edition 14.0, on my machine, and to
> perform Pull/Push etc to Git. To synchronize the project with Git, I
> have performed the following steps:
> - Idea - VCS -> Checkout from version control - GitHub (master
> branch was downloaded)
> - Idea - project_name -> Git -> Repository -> Branches ->
> my_branch_name -> Checkout as new local branch
> After these actions it was possible to work with java classes in
> my_branch_name project. But after some time the following message
> appeared: "The directory my_branch_name is under Git, but is not
> registered in the Settings". I have clicked "Add root" :) . And now I
> can not add new java classes, do not see one public class from the
> another, can not run main procedure - there is message "Process
> finished with exit code 1" (but it was run successfully before).
> I understand that I have added some new root? How can I fix it now?
> Please help, thanks in advance
Sorry, but this list deals with Git, that is, the `git` command you
usually call from the command line plus its standard "extensions" like
stock GUI clients (`git gui` and `gitk`) Subversion shim and so on.
Your problem has nothing to do with Git per se as it's about the way
IDEA IDE works with Git. While it might just call plain git binary,
Git itself has no concept called "root"; you can't "add roots" in a Git
repository -- there's simply no such word in a Git vocabulary.
Hence I'm afraid we're unlikely to be able to help you with this
problem. Please try asking on IDEA IDE support channels instead.
 looks like a good candidate.
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