eclipse keyboard shortcuts: how do you quickly rebuild and run your app after changes?

by UBZack » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 01:15:42 GMT


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 I find that it's a good idea to have "Build Automatically" checked,
under the Project menu.  That, and I always Ctrl-s (save) each file
pretty often after I make changes to it, and then those changes are
built automatically because that option is turned on.

I have not yet found a way, though, to assign a keyboard command to
launching the app.  But I think you can do this under Window-




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