Update problems on automatic compilation

Hi,

I must be missing somthing simple, but still can't find how to get Intelli to update problems list on automatic compilation? Like in eclipse. I tried both with javac and eclipse compilers, no luck.  Although I'm not sure if that automatic compilation really happens, but I have "Make project automatically" ticked on.

Best regards, Eugene.

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Hi Yevgen,
the answer is in your post: whenever automatic compilation is run, the problems view is automatically updated. If the view is not updated, the most likely reason is that there were no automakes scheduled since then. Automakes can be suspended, for example, if you have some active run configurations at the moment.

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no, nothing was running. I think  automatic means on source code change. And it really updates editor (adds/removes red underline) when I type but not problems list.

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> really updates editor (adds/removes red underline)

You don't need to compile to have working error highlighting in the editor. This feature is based exclusively on on-the-fly source code analysis.

>I think  automatic means on source code change.

More precisely, on source file change. And there is is a little delay between change registration and automake start.
If "rebuild project" yeilds no errors, there are no active run configurations but still there are errors left in Problems View, then this is definitely a bug. But I cannot reproduce this behavior. So if you have a reproducible use-case, please create a small project illustrating the problem, and submit an issue to our bugtracker with detailed description of actions one should do to replicate the problem.

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sure, I'll try to make a sample project, but a bit later.

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