Help using Fast Scala Compiler

I have tried using FSC for a while now. My project has grown a lot and recompiling was becoming heavier. I managed to get it running well. Individual files really compile faster.

But when I try to run a Test or the Application itself it will ALWAYS recompile the entire base. I do have the Make check box selected on the execution configuration. I have tried disabling Make and things go much faster. So I have some questions:

1) If I'm using FSC will it not notice that the code is up to date and only compile the files that changed on a make?

2) If make will always compile, should I disable it for the executions? What happens if I change several files, do I have to manually compile each on this case?

3) If I have to disable Make, is there a way to do this by default. I use Ctrl-Shift-F10 a lot. I would sure be great to have the correct make option on all of them.

Thanks for any advise,

Thomas

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Anyone have tips on who to get FSC working well. I get it running, but every time I run a test I get a full build. At least with the normal compiler, it only compiles files that have changed.

Has make become smarter with fsc  on the las 0.3.20xx versions?

Thomas

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3) If I have to disable Make, is there a way to do this by default. I  use Ctrl-Shift-F10 a lot. I would sure be great to have the correct make  option on all of them.

if you disable make, why does your code get compiled?

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3) If I have to disable Make, is  there a way to do this by default. I  use Ctrl-Shift-F10 a lot. I would  sure be great to have the correct make  option on all of them.

if you disable make, why does your code get compiled?

It doesn't get compiled, which is ok. My question is that when I press Ctrl-Shift-F10, the automated configuration will have the "Make" checked. I wanted to know if there is a way to disable this so that Ctrl-Shift-F10 does not come with Make checked.

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