Whenever I run a normal java application in eclipse, it remembers how I ran it. The next time I run the same code, it runs it the same way and does not ask. However, when in my Python perspective doing a PyDev project, this memory functionality does not seem to exist. Every time I use the run button or the key sequence to run it, it requires I choose which way to run it.
Is there any way to make it work like in the other eclipse perspectives?
Currently you have to actually go to the menu: run > run history (and choose a previous launch with the configurations) -- but it should be able to reuse an existing launch instead of creating a new one every time (please report that as a bug).
Maybe this can help?
If I check the the "Run/Debug > Launching # always launch the previously launched application"
I do not have to choose which way to run python.
And this is my preferred way of launching, not launching current editor but the last one I ran.