Increase Console Output in Eclipse [Howto]

Posted: November 14, 2011 in Random Posts
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By default, Eclipse limits the amount of text in the console output window. So if you are running a program which produces a lot of output, the Console will only display the last n lines and you lose the rest.

Here is a tip which will allow you to have unlimited output in the console:

* Go to Window > Preferences > Run/Debug > Console
* Uncheck “Limit Console Output” (Alternatively you can increase the Console buffer size.)

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