|RE: [eclipse-dev] Luxury edition of the Log view|
I agree with David but would go further to say that when something crashes the user gets a message saying an error has occurred, and to 'see the error log'. If that message was reworded a little, and the Error Log view was one of the basic views, then it wouldn't be as confusing to new users as it is now. (Also I'd like to see a preference to limit the log size somehow, it gets *huge* sometimes.) > -----Original Message----- > From: David Whiteman [mailto:dlwhiteman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 10:53 AM > To: eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: [eclipse-dev] Luxury edition of the Log view > > Actually, if they are people who develop code using Eclipse > JDT but don't > use the PDE (such as myself), then they might still know what to do > with it. I'm not talking about end users, I'm talking about Java > developers who don't necessarily develop plugins (such as those using > IBM WebSphere Studio Device Developer, which doesn't have the PDE). > In other words, I don't think the log necessarily has anything to do > with the PDE; why not decouple it?
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