- When initially making your project, make sure it is a fresh checkout or do a 'make clean'. Otherwise, all the *_intermediates turn into separate modules.
- When it auto-detects the Android Facets, uncheck them all. If the Android Facet is setup, you will resolve classes to android-x.jar instead of your module source.
- It can also auto-generate gen/ directories which cause duplicate R.java clases during builds if the Android Facet is chosen.
- Since we are not using the Android Facets, the R.java files become a problem. To correct this, create a new module (and make it a dependency of any module needing the resolution):
Content Root: out/target/common/R
Module File Location: anywhere BUT out/*
- You probably are not going to be working on every single module unless you work with Cyanogen. Right click on a module and add it to your favorites. In the top of the dock, click the pull down and choose to view your favorites.
- Build from the command line. You might be able to do it from within the IDE, but I haven't tried that.
Thank you to the JetBrains support team; and a special thanks to Serge Baranov who put up with me long enough to get some of these issues resolved.