I asked this question on gitter, but as it might be too involved for that forum, I’ll re-ask it here.
Someone mentioned to me a while back that I should use modules in IntelliJ to seperate different unrelated pieces of code in the same project. Can someone tell me what that is? Is it a maven concept, or a java concept, or a scala concept, or an IntelliJ concept?
I tried simply in IntelliJ to create a “New module” called grader in an existing project. Here is what it did to my directory structure. It created a grader directory parallel to project, src, and target. Do I now have an one empty module, and all my old code in no module? Do I need to create a seperate module for my old code and move the old code into it?
If I try to create a new scala class (file) in the module, I don’t see any such option in the pop up menu.