|Conditional breakpoints in remotely debugged process [message #640425]
||Sun, 21 November 2010 21:04
| Jonathan Ross
Registered: November 2010
I have a situation where conditional breakpoints would save me a boatload of time, but am having trouble getting them to work.|
In a local Java app, there's no issue.
When I debug a remote application, I get this error message every time: "Conditional breakpoint has compilation error(s). Reason: Evaluations must either contain an expression or a block of well-formed statements."
This happens no matter what the breakpoint condition is. I would have liked to use the "System.out.println(...something useful...); return false" idiom, but in fact true and false don't even work.
Eclipse and the app are running the same Java version on the same host: OS X 10.6, Eclipse 3.6, Java 1.6.0_17.
Any ideas greatly appreciated.
|Re: Conditional breakpoints in remotely debugged process [message #640475 is a reply to message #640425]
||Mon, 22 November 2010 03:40
| Mauro Molinari
Registered: July 2009
Il 22/11/2010 03:05, Jonathan Ross ha scritto:|
> When I debug a remote application, I get this error message every time:
> "Conditional breakpoint has compilation error(s). Reason: Evaluations
> must either contain an expression or a block of well-formed statements."
I encountered this same problem many times, although I couldn't say if I
was working with a local Java application or a remote one. I couldn't
reproduce in a consistent way, also because I feel like sometimes the
same conditional breakpoint works in a place and doesn't in another.
This drove me crazy in some situations :-(
If you are able to reproduce with a small test case, you may file a bug
against JDT/Debug. If you do, please post here the link, since I'm very
interested. Thank you!
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