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May
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answered MUnit test debug breakpoints in Workbench not working
Feb
8
comment Unit testing J/Link projects in Workbench
I think whats happening is that because you already created a launch configuration, that is being used when you click Run or Debug. So open the configurations dialog (Run > Run configurations), select the config for the test file, make sure that you have nothing selected in the J/Link launch drop, then try. If that doesn't work try deleting all Mathematica configurations and try right clicking, Run As... again.
Feb
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Feb
6
comment Unit testing J/Link projects in Workbench
Couple of clarifiers, the latest shipping version is 2.0, and there is absolutely no difference in functionality between the Wolfram branded workbench and installing the plugins into your own copy of eclipse.
Feb
6
comment Unit testing J/Link projects in Workbench
Also, you shouldn't really put test files in the application folder. Projects allow you to wrap up both deliverable files and files you need in development. Tests are not deliverables, and so should get a slightly different location, I normally add a Tests folder at the root of the project and add test files in there.
Feb
6
answered Unit testing J/Link projects in Workbench
Jan
27
comment Create shortcut in Mathematica for “Equal Symbol Aligned Math Cell”
After a little more checking its because that isn't actually a type of cell. Its just a text cell with a specific box structure and placeholder added into it. Therefore, the above will work to reassign the keys to other styles, but not to make this work, and I don't know if you can add a key shortcut to insert expressions in this way.
Jan
27
answered Create shortcut in Mathematica for “Equal Symbol Aligned Math Cell”
Jan
18
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Jan
18
answered What is the most efficient way to add rows and columns to a matrix?