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Launch Configuration Logs

For those who are living on the Eclipse bleeding edge and have a ton of launch configurations like me, you may appreciate this little new feature:

In Eclipse 3.4M5, you’ll be able to quickly browse to various logs based on your launch configurations. This is useful when bad things happen on startup and you have to hunt for the log… now you can do it quickly in a couple of clicks. It’s the little things that count, right :)?

A special thank you to Jacek for contributing the patch.

  • Eugene Kuleshov

    That is really neet!

    More ideas:

    – support drag and drop for log entries (i.e. drag them into the email window to create attachments)

    – open stack trace from selected entry in Java Stack Trace console or maybe provide direct hyperlink support in the error browser dialog (there is 3.3ish hyperlink detector for Java stack traces in Mylyn, and all you need to do is make stacktrace area to use SourceViewer)

  • Eugene Kuleshov

    That is really neet!More ideas:- support drag and drop for log entries (i.e. drag them into the email window to create attachments)- open stack trace from selected entry in Java Stack Trace console or maybe provide direct hyperlink support in the error browser dialog (there is 3.3ish hyperlink detector for Java stack traces in Mylyn, and all you need to do is make stacktrace area to use SourceViewer)

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    In 3.4M5, we support drag and drop 🙂

    As for the stack trace jumping… that’s fancy and a bug would be nice 🙂

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    In 3.4M5, we support drag and drop :)As for the stack trace jumping… that’s fancy and a bug would be nice 🙂

  • Jacek Pospychala

    stack trace jumping is logged already: bug 205561 – let me see if I can do anything about it…

  • Jacek Pospychala

    stack trace jumping is logged already: bug 205561 – let me see if I can do anything about it…

  • Eugene Kuleshov

    Some more: post stack traces to http://rafb.net/paste/ or to other person over ECF

  • Eugene Kuleshov

    Some more: post stack traces to http://rafb.net/paste/ or to other person over ECF