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Debugging externally built projects [message #38757] Tue, 20 July 2004 13:09 Go to next message
Jeff Loomis is currently offline Jeff Loomis
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I would like to use AJDT 1.1.11 to debug an AspectJ application that I
build with an ant script rather than with the eclipse builder. If I try
to do this, I can't set any breakpoints. When I try to set one, I get an
error from AJDT that I am missing structure information. Does AJDT enable
some secret compiler option to get this structure information? I would
like to know if it is possible to work in this way.

Thanks,
-Jeff
Re: Debugging externally built projects [message #38826 is a reply to message #38757] Wed, 21 July 2004 05:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: luzius.meisser.uk.ibm.com

Hi Jeff,

The structure model was only used to check if the breakpoint was set on a
valid line. I did not think about your use case when I wrote this check so I
changed the behaviour now to set the breakpoint even if the structure model
is missing. As a consequence, you will be able to set breakpoints at
unreasonable lines (e.g. inside comments) as long as the project has not
been compiled with AJDT.
This will be included in the next AJDT release.

regards,
Luzius

"Jeff Loomis" <jloomis@authentica.com> wrote in message
news:cdjjk0$2g9$1@eclipse.org...
> I would like to use AJDT 1.1.11 to debug an AspectJ application that I
> build with an ant script rather than with the eclipse builder. If I try
> to do this, I can't set any breakpoints. When I try to set one, I get an
> error from AJDT that I am missing structure information. Does AJDT enable
> some secret compiler option to get this structure information? I would
> like to know if it is possible to work in this way.
>
> Thanks,
> -Jeff
>
Re: Debugging externally built projects [message #38888 is a reply to message #38826] Wed, 21 July 2004 09:46 Go to previous message
Jeff Loomis is currently offline Jeff Loomis
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Luzius Meisser wrote:

> is missing. As a consequence, you will be able to set breakpoints at
> unreasonable lines (e.g. inside comments) as long as the project has not
> been compiled with AJDT.
> This will be included in the next AJDT release.

Thanks! I think this is a good trade-off and is similar to what happens
with a plain Java program built outside Eclips.

-Jeff
Re: Debugging externally built projects [message #581785 is a reply to message #38757] Wed, 21 July 2004 05:47 Go to previous message
Luzius Meisser is currently offline Luzius Meisser
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Jeff,

The structure model was only used to check if the breakpoint was set on a
valid line. I did not think about your use case when I wrote this check so I
changed the behaviour now to set the breakpoint even if the structure model
is missing. As a consequence, you will be able to set breakpoints at
unreasonable lines (e.g. inside comments) as long as the project has not
been compiled with AJDT.
This will be included in the next AJDT release.

regards,
Luzius

"Jeff Loomis" <jloomis@authentica.com> wrote in message
news:cdjjk0$2g9$1@eclipse.org...
> I would like to use AJDT 1.1.11 to debug an AspectJ application that I
> build with an ant script rather than with the eclipse builder. If I try
> to do this, I can't set any breakpoints. When I try to set one, I get an
> error from AJDT that I am missing structure information. Does AJDT enable
> some secret compiler option to get this structure information? I would
> like to know if it is possible to work in this way.
>
> Thanks,
> -Jeff
>
Re: Debugging externally built projects [message #581836 is a reply to message #38826] Wed, 21 July 2004 09:46 Go to previous message
Jeff Loomis is currently offline Jeff Loomis
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Luzius Meisser wrote:

> is missing. As a consequence, you will be able to set breakpoints at
> unreasonable lines (e.g. inside comments) as long as the project has not
> been compiled with AJDT.
> This will be included in the next AJDT release.

Thanks! I think this is a good trade-off and is similar to what happens
with a plain Java program built outside Eclips.

-Jeff
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