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Offline nech_neb

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« Posted 2003-07-18 18:48:34 »

Hi All,

I've been using eclipes for about 4 months now...
I'm absolutely loving it  Smiley Smiley

Just just have a few questions and was wondering
if anyone had the solutions to them:

1) Is there a to have 2 console windows ?? Suppose
   I want to run to programs at once and be able to
   look at their System output. Is there a way to do
   that??

2) Is there a way to set a limit on the number of console
   output kept? It get annoying after a while when you
   have to remember to click on "Remove all terminated"
   once in a while.

3) Is there a way to change the Java Persective such
   that the packages are in a tree like structure?? More
   like the Resource view. I know when the project is
   linked to a VSS repository, it will be displayed in a
   tree like structure... It there a way to configure all
   projects to look like that??

4) I seem to have a great deal of problem creating
   manifest files and exporting my project with it.
   It seems that the manifest file I want the project
   to include when I export as a jar, always gets
   over written by some generic manifest file.

Thanks for your time.
Offline swpalmer

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-07-18 21:20:34 »

2) - you can set it to auto remove the threads before you debug again.

3) yes - context menu in that view should have a tree option

Offline Rob Grzywinski

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Reality Interactive


« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-08-24 17:14:58 »

1) You can only have one instance of any view open at a time.  So, no, you cannot have two consoles open at once.  But you *can* have multiple applications running and switch between them in a single console view via the menu that you're talking about in #2.

4) Personally, I use ant to perform "distribution" builds of my software (which includes generating the Manifest).  Are you using this technique:

 http://www.eclipse.org/documentation/html/plugins/org.eclipse.jdt.doc.user/doc/tasks/tasks-35.htm

to generate the manifest?
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Offline Orangy Tang

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2003-08-24 18:55:30 »

While we're on the subject of Eclipse, has anyone else noticed the console output getting out of step at times? It only seems to happen when i'm doing a lot of System.out's in a short period of time, but messages that cannot be in any other order start appearing with the wrong one first, or big clumps together at the same time and other oddities.
Intermingling System.out with System.err seems to make things worse, but i might just be imagining that.

Would be nice if i could define my own keywords for syntax highlighting, but i can't find a way to configure this anywhere Huh

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Offline Rob Grzywinski

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Reality Interactive


« Reply #4 - Posted 2003-08-24 19:09:46 »

Orangy Tang:  err and out will most certainly appear out of order.  out is buffered whereas err is not.

As for the bottling up, this is typically because of the way that Display.asyncExec() works -- i.e. the way that an external thread (your app) communicates with Eclipse (the console view).
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