|Re: [Mac] where is the ".log" file? [message #653933 is a reply to message #653888]
||Fri, 11 February 2011 22:32
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
Oh you are running within Eclipse then you should simply pass the|
-consoleLog when launching your app.
Am 11.02.11 18:37, schrieb Paul E. Keyser:
> Um, sorry, no such directory-or-file found ... not even one called "*.app"
> What path are you expecting to find "MyLittleRCP.app" within?
> On 2/11/11 12:19 PM, Tom Schindl wrote:
>> Take a look in the MyLittRCP.app/.... which in reality is a directory!
>> Am 11.02.11 17:45, schrieb Paul E. Keyser:
>>> Mac OS 10.6.3
>>> Eclipse 3.6.1 (20100917-0705)
>>> There I am running my little RCP from within Eclipse, and (oddly! :) )
>>> there is a bug, so I want to see the Exn that I have of course carefully
>>> logged ... ooops, no.log file that Spotlight can find, and nothing in
>>> the "runtime-MyLittleRCP.product" directory.
>>> So where do the logged events go?
|Re: [Mac] where is the ".log" file? [message #654185 is a reply to message #653933]
||Mon, 14 February 2011 14:27
| Paul E. Keyser
Registered: July 2009
Sorry, should have made that more clear (since an RCP can of course be |
exported and runs standalone). However, even after adding that, I see so
log anywhere -- I am logging an Exception (I can step through the code
there), that gets printed to the console, but when I ask Spotlight to
find a String in that Exception (e.g., a long unique token in the
message, or a stack-frame label, org.eclipse.foo...line-number-etc.), it
is not found.
I then tried to step into the call to Log.log(IStatus), but even after
importing the relevant plug-in from the target platform, had no source
"The JAR file org.eclipse.core.runtime_3.5.0.v20090525.jar has no source
attachment. You can attach the source by clicking Attach Source below."
This is all so weird, I am beginning to think something has gone wrong
with my install of Eclipse ... I didn't see any special instructions on
the Eclipse downloads site for Mac, nor did I find any at
http://help.eclipse.org/helios/index.jsp -- but are there some
somewhere? (All I did was get the zip and expand it into the
On 2/11/11 5:32 PM, Tom Schindl wrote:
> Oh you are running within Eclipse then you should simply pass the
> -consoleLog when launching your app.
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