|Re: [acceleo] debug java code in "Acceleo Plug-in Application" [message #757660 is a reply to message #756852]
||Mon, 21 November 2011 08:08
| Laurent Goubet
Registered: July 2009
Sorry for the delay with this answer.
The generate.xml file is not used for the "java application" launches. This "ClassNotFound" seem like a regression to me, but I could be wrong. I'll try and launch a standalone generation to see whether com.google.* package are properly retrieved on my end.
As for debugging, debugging the java code behind the generators can only be done if you launch a new Eclipse instance in debug and launch the generation from there. i.e :
a- Select the Run > Debug configurations... menu
b- Double-click "Eclipse application" (or select an existing Eclipe application), then hit "Debug"
c- From the new Eclipse, use File > Import
d- Select "Existing Projects into Workspace" and browse to your generator project
e- With the project imported, launch the generation from there. The runtime should stop on the breakpoints set in your first Eclipse.
Alternatively, you could use an Acceleo UI application in order not to import your project in the second Eclipse :
a- Select File > New... and select "Acceleo UI Launcher project" and follow the wizard for your generator.
b- Select the Run > Debug configurations... menu
c- Double-click "Eclipse application" (or select an existing Eclipe application), then hit "Debug"
d- In the new Eclipse, create the model that will be the input of your generation
e- Right-click the input model and select Acceleo > <name of your generator>
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