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[cdt-dev] Problems with build macro implementation

we are having a problem with the build macro implementation on one of our machines. We have been trying to play with different set-ups, but have not been able to identify a cause or remedy for the problem. Following scenario:
* Use M6 build as base-line.
* Check out cdt-build, except for the tests ... these would require cdt-core to be checked out as well
* Build and run project
Then in the second eclipse workspace...
* Create a C++ project: "Executable (gnu on windows)"
* Bring up project properties
* Go to macros tab
The dialog becomes unresponsive for a few seconds, and nothing is displayed (i.e. no tables at all). On the working setup, everything is correctly displayed.  The same applies to the environment tab. No exceptions, no errors.

We have tried this with the tip of the CVS repository and get the same effect. Where would be a good place to start setting breakpoints to figure out what's going on?

The only obvious difference between the machine setups is that the working setup uses JRE1.4.2_06, whereas the one which does not work uses JRE1.5.0_01.

Best Regards
-- Lars

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