feature request: analyze stack trace

I have just started using analyze stacktrace quite a bit. I'm often
generating the stack traces with a junit. It would be nice if the
analyze stacktrace dialog had an option to open in a new tab rather than
replace the existing run tab (which had my junit run).

-cory

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As a workaround you can right-click on any tab and select "Pin Tab" from the context menu.
Idea will then never by itself reuse the tab.

Cory R wrote:

I have just started using analyze stacktrace quite a bit. I'm often
generating the stack traces with a junit. It would be nice if the
analyze stacktrace dialog had an option to open in a new tab rather than
replace the existing run tab (which had my junit run).

-cory

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Stephen Kelvin wrote:

As a workaround you can right-click on any tab and select "Pin Tab" from
the context menu.
Idea will then never by itself reuse the tab.


I just tried the pin the tab thing and IDEA still reused the tab. Any
other workarounds?

-cory

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Strange - works for me (in Idea build 6117 == 6.0.3 EAP).
Pin the junit run => Analyze stacktrace opens a new tab.
Unpin the junit run => Analyze stacktrace reuses the junit tab.

If this is reproducible for you I suggest you add an issue to JetBrains Jira with steps to reproduce: http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA

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Stephen Friedrich wrote:

Strange - works for me.
Pin the junit run => Analyze stacktrace opens a new tab.
Unpin the junit run => Analyze stacktrace reuses the junit tab.

If this is reproducible for you I suggest you add an issue to JetBrains Jira with steps to reproduce: http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA


Ah- I'm doing something a little bit different. I'm running the junit to
generate the exception and stack trace on the server. I paste that into
the analyze stack trace dialog and when I hit ok, I lose my junit
output. I was asking for a checkbox in the analyze stack trace dialog to
open the stack trace in a new tab rather than overwriting an existing
tab.

Cory

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