we are currently working on a eclipse plugin text editor. One can create a new .a4l file, which opens the plugin editor. This works just fine. Now we want to add a debugging feature, which means the user needs to be able to set a breakpoint in the .a4l file.
My question is: How can I add the toggle-breakpoint functionality to the a4l file?
I´m very new at this topic, so any information would be great.
> I guess somethings wrong within the plugin.xml, because if I start the
> editor in debug mode and try to set a breakpoint, nothing happens.
> Am I missing a important part?
You might want to compare against the JDT/Debug's plugin.xml (since it
uses this same mechanism).
You should also be sure that the class names you've specified are
correct; I've found it very helpful to set "Preferences -> Plug-in
Development Environment -> Compilers -> Regerences -> References to
non-existent classes" and "References to non-existance resources" to
cause an error rather than a warning.