Can't run configuration entries...

.... because I was lazy and did not prune my junit entries for a while.
Now the popup menu goes down past my desk and I can't get to the "Edit
Entries..." item. This is one of the reasons why I never liked the
automatic creation of run entries for junit.

I can't remember if in the eap entries are automatically created or not.
Anybody know?

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Go to Project Properties, in the Run/Debug section. You can access the
entries from there (and delete the ones you don't need).

As for the EAP, it now makes a distinction between run and test for a unit
test class. The run option adds it to the list of entries, if you choose
"test" IDEA considers it a "one time" thing and it doesn't add it to the
list.

HTH,
Andrei


"Barry Kaplan" <bkaplan@abwg.com> wrote in message
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... because I was lazy and did not prune my junit entries for a while.
Now the popup menu goes down past my desk and I can't get to the "Edit
Entries..." item. This is one of the reasons why I never liked the
automatic creation of run entries for junit.

>

I can't remember if in the eap entries are automatically created or not.
Anybody know?

>


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Andrei Oprea wrote:

Go to Project Properties, in the Run/Debug section. You can access the
entries from there (and delete the ones you don't need).


Sorry, I knew that.

As for the EAP, it now makes a distinction between run and test for a unit
test class. The run option adds it to the list of entries, if you choose
"test" IDEA considers it a "one time" thing and it doesn't add it to the
list.


Excellent.

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