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Defaults for Run As Java Application? [message #128919] Sat, 20 December 2003 09:21 Go to next message
Andrea Aime is currently offline Andrea Aime
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Is there any way to set default jvm arguments for running a class as a
Java Application? I'd like to set -Xverify:none for every execution
since this decreases a bit startup time but can't find a way
to do it... with Netbeans it was quite easy, just modify the
command line of the default runner...

Also, is there a way to setup a shortcut for "Run" - "Run as" - "Java
Application"? In Netbeans it was as easy as pressing F6 on each file
that happened to have a main()...
Re: Defaults for Run As Java Application? [message #129120 is a reply to message #128919] Mon, 22 December 2003 10:33 Go to previous message
Darin Wright is currently offline Darin Wright
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Both of your requests exist as feature requests:

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=37862
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=29581

Darin

"Andrea Aime" <andrea.aime@aliceposta.it> wrote in message
news:pan.2003.12.20.14.21.21.32105@aliceposta.it...
> Is there any way to set default jvm arguments for running a class as a
> Java Application? I'd like to set -Xverify:none for every execution
> since this decreases a bit startup time but can't find a way
> to do it... with Netbeans it was quite easy, just modify the
> command line of the default runner...
>
> Also, is there a way to setup a shortcut for "Run" - "Run as" - "Java
> Application"? In Netbeans it was as easy as pressing F6 on each file
> that happened to have a main()...
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