Run/Debug windows documents

Is there a way to extend and replace the document objects that are
used by the Run/Debug window within IntelliJ?

--ekiM

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Not currently. The built-in config dialogs are not open.
The best they offer is adding in new config panels.

Mike Wannamaker wrote:

Is there a way to extend and replace the document objects that are
used by the Run/Debug window within IntelliJ?

--ekiM



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Erb

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"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer.
There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
- Larry Wall
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.... Or do you mean the tabs that pop up when you run and debug?
Same answer, basically. Though I think you can access the existing ones,
I'd have to look it up.

Mike Wannamaker wrote:

Is there a way to extend and replace the document objects that are
used by the Run/Debug window within IntelliJ?

--ekiM



--

Erb

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"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer.
There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
- Larry Wall
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Yes that is what I mean. I would like to replace the document used by
extending the existing one so that I get the stack trace highlight with jump
to code stuff, but I'd like to add colorization to the statements based on
some string in the line. We have a logging facility that puts in in the messages and I'd like to color these lines in different colors in the Run/Debug windows. --ekiM "Erb" ]]> wrote in message
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... Or do you mean the tabs that pop up when you run and debug?
Same answer, basically. Though I think you can access the existing ones,
I'd have to look it up.

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Mike Wannamaker wrote:

Is there a way to extend and replace the document objects that are
used by the Run/Debug window within IntelliJ?

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--ekiM

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Erb

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"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer.
There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
- Larry Wall
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