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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Re-launching a program

The workbench keeps a history of each launched and debugged program. To relaunch a program, do one of the following:

  • Select a previous launch from Run or Debug button pull-down menus.
  • From the menu bar, select Run > Run History or Run > Debug History and select a previous launch from these sub-menus.
  • In the Debug View, select a process that you want to relaunch, and select Relaunch from the process's pop-up menu.

To relaunch the most recent launch, do one of the following:

  • Click the Run or Debug buttons (without using the button pull-down menu).
  • Select Run > Run Last Launched (Ctrl+F11), or Run > Debug Last Launched (F11) from the workbench menu bar.

Related tasks
Launching a Java program
Running and debugging

Related reference
Debug view
Relaunch command
Terminate and Relaunch command

 


 
 
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