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"Trace into" in Eclipse [message #65847] Wed, 22 September 2004 14:15 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: Samar.Hossam.web.de

Dear sir or madam,

I have some code in a jar file, and I need to trace into it. I managed to
decompile the jar file, remove the needed classes from the jar file and
re-jar it.

I included the new jar file in my project and the classes I needed as
sources are included in the src folder. When I start debugging, everything
goes fine until I trace into a method located in one of the classes I have
decompiled and excluded from the jar file.

The following happens: The cursor stands in a wrong position, i.e. not on
the method I have just traced into. I found out (using watches and some
heuristics) that the debugging process goes correctly, but the only
problem is that the cursor stands on the wrong line.

As a temporary solution, I added some lines (comments) in order to shift
eveything down and it worked. But after a while my method called another
one located above it. And again the cursor stood wrong. Now I cannot
change anything because my changes are relative to the first method.

Besides, this solution is rather stupied.

I would appreciate your help. Here's my e-mail address: Samar.Hossam@web.de

Regards, Samar
Re: "Trace into" in Eclipse [message #65874 is a reply to message #65847] Wed, 22 September 2004 18:08 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ilias.lazaridis.com

Samar wrote:

> Dear sir or madam,
>
> I have some code in a jar file, and I need to trace into it. I managed to
[...]

Sorry, i can help you directly with your problem.

-

but please review the newsgroup index:
http://eclipse.org/newsgroups/index.html

if i understand your case, it should fit in eclipse.jdt.

if you are not sure, use eclipse.platform.

please provide more detailed information about the tools you use and the
conditions that cause the error.

..

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https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=73282

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Re: "Trace into" in Eclipse [message #598111 is a reply to message #65847] Wed, 22 September 2004 18:08 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ilias.lazaridis.com

Samar wrote:

> Dear sir or madam,
>
> I have some code in a jar file, and I need to trace into it. I managed to
[...]

Sorry, i can help you directly with your problem.

-

but please review the newsgroup index:
http://eclipse.org/newsgroups/index.html

if i understand your case, it should fit in eclipse.jdt.

if you are not sure, use eclipse.platform.

please provide more detailed information about the tools you use and the
conditions that cause the error.

..

--
eclipse.org.project - Increase transparency of eclipse.org
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=73282

--
http://lazaridis.com
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