No, not with WTP "as is" (or
as will be). The JSP debugging is made possible via the standard of JSR
And, most of that support comes to us
"for free" from the Eclipse debugging framework (and 1.4 JRE's,
supporting servers). Our primary
contribution is to provide the right breakpoint annotation so its
"found" by base debugger framework.
CGI in particular, as far as I know,
is not standards based, so would always be out of scope for WTP.
As far as "remote" is concerned,
I'm pretty sure Eclipse debugging in general can be "remote"
its socket based, but I have no idea
how to set that up in practical terms. (And, I publically express
my ignorance here to help motivate those
that do know to respond with more details or pointers :)
<leo_zen@xxxxxx> Sent by: wtp-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx
10/18/2004 07:28 AM
Please respond to
[wtp-dev] Remote Debug of
I see on the Server Tool page that jsp could be debugged. But nothing
mentioned about remote nor cgi-scripts.
Does anybody have an idea if this could be as well achieved?