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|Summary:||Multiple output windows / "keep this build" feature|
|Component:||Generic Infrastructure||Assignee:||Tomas Stupka <tstupka>|
|Issue Type:||ENHANCEMENT||Exception Reporter:|
Description pekarna 2015-03-25 13:45:57 UTC
NetBeans can handle multiple build processes. But if one build finishes and I need to start another, but keep the old one for reference or to press "Re-run the goals" later, I can't - NetBeans always reuses the old window and replaces it's context (log, goals, test results, etc) with the new run. I would like to be able to keep at least 1 old run, because typical scenario in bigger projects is that bugs/changes in one module are reproduced/tested in other module. So I need to repeatedly run 2 builds with certain non-default parameters. And setting them again and again is a pain. Thanks for considering.