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Re: [cdt-dev] Issue with CDT CDI Debugger in Helios

Hi Marc,

Thanks for the inputs.

Sure, I will try both the steps:

#1. Different version of JVM or Eclipse
#2. Isolate the problem bit more to give more details here.

After that, shall get back to you.

Thanks & Regards,
Nayna Jain
Nexus Tools Development
Bangalore, India
Contact : 402-56859

From:	Marc Khouzam <marc.khouzam@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To:	"'CDT General developers list.'" <cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:	11/20/2012 07:33 PM
Subject:	Re: [cdt-dev] Issue with CDT CDI Debugger in Helios
Sent by:	cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx

> -----Original Message-----
> From: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Nayna Jain
> Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 4:40 AM
> To: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [cdt-dev] Issue with CDT CDI Debugger in Helios
> Hi all,
> We had created our own debug launch using Eclipse Platform and CDT CDI
> debugger framework.
> Now as we are migrating to Helios, it is mentioned that the default
> framework is DSF.

That is true although CDI should keep working as before.

> I  have following questions -
> #1. I have our own debug launch created. So, we have TestLaunchType in
> DebugConfigurations with its tabs etc. And on debug, it has its own
> ILaunchDelgate using ICDIDebugger interface. So, does it mean
> that it is by
> default using CDI interface now or do I need to do some
> changes that it is
> not calling some DSF code because DSF Is the default one

CDI and DSF are kept separated and you should not get any of the
DSF code running when using the CDI launch infrastructure.
You can look at LocalCDILaunchDelegate to see if you are doing
similar things.

> #2. My Launch configuration tries to connect to remote target using
> gdbserver running on remote system. The launch happens
> correctly but as
> soon as I click on Suspend button for any thread, eclipse (both child
> eclipse with my plugins and my main eclipse) crashes without
> throwing any
> error on console or logs. Is it because of some mixing of CDI or DSF.

Most probably not.  If it is the jvm that is crashing then I suggest
trying another version of Java.  You could also try using the latest
Eclipse release (Juno SR1).

> Can someone give me some pointers on that what changes do
> those users need
> to do who have their plugins using CDI Framework and currently want to
> continue on that. ?

There theoretically should not be anything to do.  In practice though,
we don't actively work on CDI so maybe a bug has slipped in and we didn't
catch it.  You'd have to isolate the problem a bit more to give us a
better idea of what is going on.


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