> You can organize
those in the run dropdown > organize favorites.
Yes, but that give outgoing changes
for those that are shared. Hence, if Platform UI does not want those to
appear, then it should change it in the shared launch configurations.
Fabio Zadrozny <fabiofz@xxxxxxxxx> To:
UI component developers list." <platform-ui-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx> Cc:
06.04.2016 19:03 Subject:
Why are JUnit tests listed separately in the recently launched list? Sent by:
It isn't exactly unit-tests which are handled different,
but tests which have a "Display in favorites menu" setting set
(in the "common" tab of the launch configuration).
I also find that annoying, especially when there's a project
I imported which has some launch configuration saved with such a setting
and added it to git (all of the sudden, the Run menu becomes cluttered
with things I don't care)...
You can organize those in the run dropdown > organize
does anyone know why we list the unit tests separately in the recently launched list? See screenshot
Other launch configurations are shown in the order of last execution, only unit tests are handled differently. I think we should handle all recent launches similar, but maybe there is a reason for this display.
Best regards, Lars
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