|How to disable debugging underlying classes (change the source attachment) [message #310397]
||Thu, 30 November 2006 16:11
Originally posted by: tdave3000_web.yahoo.com|
When I am debugging and stepping through a program, and try to execute the
"importPreferences(FileInputStream)" method of class
java.util.prefs.Preferences, I see a page for the class
It mentions that the source attachment does not contain the source for the
file URLClassPath.class. You can change the source attachment by clicking
"Change Attached Source" below:
There is a button seen under this with the message "Change Attached
I don't want to step into the code for URLClassPath.class, but this does
not go away. This shows up 5 to 7 times after this, each time I click the
"Step Over" or "Resume" button. I have to close the new tab and click
resume every time. In the end the code works, but this is annoying to have
to do this every time, even though I do not have any breakpoints set here,
and even after pressing the "Resume" button.
I have searched the forums, Eclipse help, and Google, but have not found a
solution to this.
Does anyone know of a way to not have the underlying classes show up while
debugging? Is there an option that we can set to do this?
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