I'm reposting here the question I recently posted on stackoverflow because I wasn't satisfied with answer I got there.
One thing that I miss from Eclipse is that I can't run code for testing various things (think short main()) if some totally unrelated files in my project contain errors. I've read in FAQ that I can use Eclipse compiler with -proceedOnErrors argument but it still doesn't work. Temporarily fixing unfinished code to compile is not really what I want.
Mr. Vic told me that I could uncheck Make before launch and manually compile and run individual files but it's not too much user-friendly. If I wanted to test something from multiple files I would have to compile them all manually. Sometimes I forget to compile. I have to do it for each file.
Things I test are usually some small snippets of code. For example sometimes I want to make sure that I understand API of some library correctly so I play a little bit in some short main().
Is there any other way?