All you need to the global one to experiment
with the code now.
The discussion about this feature is
happening in https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=212345 (which
is the bug that triggered the latest round of investigation). It's
likely that the mechanism and/or API to turn it on will change over time,
however, the SWT global debug flag has been there forever so exposing the
flag as an option is not a problem should we change things.
Tod Creasey/Ottawa/IBM@IBMCA Sent by: eclipse-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
12/19/2007 11:46 AM
Please respond to
"General development mailing list of the Eclipse project."
[eclipse-dev] Re: Architecture meeting
Steve and I decided to use a new flag for the resource tracking rather
than the one mentioned in the notes. You can set this up in self
hosting by enabling tracing in the org.eclipse.ui plugin and turning the
debug and debug/swtdebugglobal flags on. You can also do
this at runtime by including the lines
- Reminder: test day for a milestone is Tuesday. Thursday was pretty
bust with bug fixes this time around.
- Leak detection has been enabled on Windows for SWT. You can set
this up in self hosting by enabling tracing in the org.eclipse.ui plugin
and turning the debug and debug/swtdebug flags on.
- Integration of leak detection tooling will be started in M5. Steve,
Tod and Frederic to touch base on how to set this up.
- Javadoc formatter is being re-implemented. Please watch the javadoc
formatter in M5.
Owner draw API is being exercised by JDT UI and could do with feedback
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