|What is the most efficient way to debug plug-ins? [message #584336]
||Wed, 05 November 2008 15:16
| Derek Palma
Registered: July 2009
I want to make sure I have the most efficient approach. The documentation
says you must use Debug As->Eclipse Application to run your plug-in code in
the debugger. This seems to another instance with your workspace plugins in
a new instance of Eclipse. Is there any way I can avoid the startup time hit
of starting another instance and have it be more like just executing a Java
application from with-in my Eclipse workspace? I noticed Rose has a feature
called pluglets and the documentation mentions that pluglets specifically
avoid this issue.
Should I just debug all my code inside a Java app and then do the plugin
integration testing last? I could also keep all my working plugins installed
versus in my workspace.
Thanks for your help.
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