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Hitting Breakpoints in Run -> Debug Configurations... -> Debug [message #1447047] Fri, 17 October 2014 18:06 Go to next message
Randy Bone is currently offline Randy BoneFriend
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Registered: October 2014
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I'm using Eclipse Kepler with a Java 1.6 project I inherited from another developer.

With the Java project loaded in Eclipse, I can click Run -> Debug Configurations... In the Debug Configurations dialog under Java Application, I see a Debug Configuration for the class I want to start, so I select it. I click "Debug" and see Log.warn messages from the class I'm interested in, so I'm confident I'm actually running the code I'm interested in.

When I set breakpoints on the Log.warn messages, I don't stop execution at the breakpoint. It just runs to completion. I want to know how to fix it so I stop at the breakpoints!

I look in the documentation, and for the Debug Configurations screen in the docs, I see a Debugger tab. I do not see a Debugger tab in mine, so maybe I just need to know how to configure the Debugger?

Re: Hitting Breakpoints in Run -> Debug Configurations... -> Debug [message #1447144 is a reply to message #1447047] Fri, 17 October 2014 21:38 Go to previous message
Stephan Herrmann is currently offline Stephan HerrmannFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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What documentation showed you those additional tabs in the debug configuration dialog?
(I don't have them and my debugger stops at almost every breakpoint I set).

First thing I'd try: select "[x] Stop in main" and start stepping from there, to see if the debugger is generally working.
While stepping, set a breakpoint on a line that you just have visited. Re-run and see if it stops there.

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