|Phantom Breakpoints [message #238110]
||Wed, 17 October 2007 18:20
Originally posted by: l2j1983.gmail.com|
So I am working on an overhaul of an old Java project for work, I have
some multi-threaded code that I need to see what is going on and when I go
to debug, there is a single breakpoint that is hit that doesn't exist,
which really slows down my development process.
I have tried doing
Run->Remove all Breakpoints
Launching eclipse with the -clean argument
switching to the newest Eclipse IDE (europa)
still no luck, the breakpoint still shows up and sometimes causes the JVM
The fact that it traveled from one version of the IDE to another makes me
think this breakpoint is somehow a remnant stored in a file somewhere.
What can I do to get rid of this for good.
Thanks in advance.