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[Cucumber] intelliJ limits Cucumber/Java runtime configurations to 5
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'Michael Cunningham' via Cukes
2018-11-08 15:45:07 UTC
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I have a Cucumber/Java project with a number of Feature files. intelliJ
creates a runtime configuration for each Feature. However it limits the
number of runtime configurations to 5 - the 5 most recently used, with
earlier ones being lost. This is really annoying because development
continues on all features and I want to run them all. It is particularly
annoying since in 3.0.2 there is still an incompatibility with
CucumberJvm2SMFormatter, which intelliJ IDE puts in Program arguments by
default. So after correcting the configuration I lose it if when it is not
in the previous 5. Then I have to input the correction next time I run that
Feature.

Is there a way to increase the number of runtime configurations?
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Aslak Hellesøy
2018-11-08 22:43:31 UTC
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Hi Michael,

The Cucumber plugin for IntelliJ IDEA is maintained by Jetbrains, not
Cucumber. Please direct any questions about their products to them.

Thanks,
Aslal
Post by 'Michael Cunningham' via Cukes
I have a Cucumber/Java project with a number of Feature files. intelliJ
creates a runtime configuration for each Feature. However it limits the
number of runtime configurations to 5 - the 5 most recently used, with
earlier ones being lost. This is really annoying because development
continues on all features and I want to run them all. It is particularly
annoying since in 3.0.2 there is still an incompatibility with
CucumberJvm2SMFormatter, which intelliJ IDE puts in Program arguments by
default. So after correcting the configuration I lose it if when it is not
in the previous 5. Then I have to input the correction next time I run that
Feature.
Is there a way to increase the number of runtime configurations?
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'Michael Cunningham' via Cukes
2018-11-12 09:56:11 UTC
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Thanks Aslak. Will do.
Michael
Post by 'Michael Cunningham' via Cukes
I have a Cucumber/Java project with a number of Feature files. intelliJ
creates a runtime configuration for each Feature. However it limits the
number of runtime configurations to 5 - the 5 most recently used, with
earlier ones being lost. This is really annoying because development
continues on all features and I want to run them all. It is particularly
annoying since in 3.0.2 there is still an incompatibility with
CucumberJvm2SMFormatter, which intelliJ IDE puts in Program arguments by
default. So after correcting the configuration I lose it if when it is not
in the previous 5. Then I have to input the correction next time I run that
Feature.
Is there a way to increase the number of runtime configurations?
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