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Posts: 144
Registered: ‎06-23-2009
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How come my break points don't work in eclipse?

anyone know why my code doesn't stop running at my break points in eclipse? i tried setting them on even the main function and it still continues though without stopping.
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Posts: 80
Registered: ‎09-12-2009
My Device: Bold 9700
My Carrier: Vodafone UK

Re: How come my break points don't work in eclipse?

I'm gona go ahead and assume that you are new to the Eclipse IDE

 

To actually debug with Eclipse make sure you are selecting debug from the run menu OR click the little bug icon to run in debug mode (it may or may not ask to change to the debug perspective),

 

Once it hits a breakpoint or an exception it will ask to show you the debug perspective, click yes and you can now walk through your code.

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Re: How come my break points don't work in eclipse?

yeah, i'm new.. However, it doesn't prompt and it doesn't stop...

 

 

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Re: How come my break points don't work in eclipse?

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Re: How come my break points don't work in eclipse?

sorry, it's working now. the bug icon didn't but the run > debug did. thanks!