(I am new to Workbench)
I have 2 or 3 Mathematica frontend sessions open with a few of them running some long-running codes.
When I try to open/edit a code in Workbench, I see that it sometimes it attaches itself to the "busy" frontends. (This is not useful since any new evaluations are queued up)
How does Workbench interact with Mathematica to decide which frontend to attach to?
Is there a way in the settings, to force the Workbench to open its "own" new kernel for each session and keep reusing it?
Is there a way to force the Workbench to open the code (and hence attach to) in a particular frontend session, which is free, so that I can continue coding/debugging?