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|0000134||Ecere SDK||ide||public||2008-08-22 22:41||2012-03-29 07:52|
|Status||closed||Resolution||no change required|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000134: Run project multiple times|
|Description||At least in Windows:|
You can hit Ctrl+F5 as much as you want to run the project again and again... But if you make changes and want to recompile you have to close all instances. Also, they're "out of control" and if they hang they can only be closed by the Windows Task Manager. The IDE should control it's children. You can also do Ctrl+F5 and then F5.
Normally, this shouldn't be possible as the IDE should launch at most one instance of the application. Is this some special feature? If it is, it can cause a lot of confusion and it should be removed. Also, while F5 or Ctrl+F5 are in control (the app is running because the user pressed one of them), they should both be disabled until the running app is stopped and the Shift+F5 should be enabled in both cases.
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Ctrl-F5 launches the process without any control.
F5 is Debug/Start for a run controlled by the IDE.
|2008-08-22 22:41||rohypnol||New Issue|
|2008-08-22 22:43||jerome||Status||new => closed|
|2008-08-22 22:43||jerome||Note Added: 0000085|
|2008-08-22 22:43||jerome||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2010-07-25 21:51||redj||Relationship added||child of 0000433|
|2012-03-29 07:52||redj||Category||=> ide|
|2012-03-29 07:52||redj||Project||@3@ => Ecere SDK|
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