|Writing a proper Eclipse debugger [message #735251]
||Tue, 11 October 2011 10:17
| Dennis sui
Registered: February 2010
I wrote a Eclipse debugger like in the Tutorial "How to write an Eclipse
debugger" and I think I am making progress but I have one
fundamental problem of understanding.
I have divided the new debugger in two Plugins for model and ui
My question is, how can i start an action that belongs in the ui part
because of starting or stopping, debugger, stepping... the debugger?
I know there is a Listener called IDebugEventSetListener but where
should I register this?
For example, I want to create a new console when the debugging starts.
I created a Console-Factory class with static methods to return the new
console. In my opinion, the Factory-Class belongs to the ui part.
I hope I have expressed myself well.
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