[forge-dev] Execute Forge in DEBUG Mode with JBoss Tools
Lincoln Baxter, III
lincolnbaxter at gmail.com
Thu Jun 7 18:40:57 EDT 2012
This is REALLY fantastic :)
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 7:27 AM, Max Rydahl Andersen <max.andersen at redhat.com
> Great to hear! looking forward to have time to play with hit ;)
> On 04 Jun 2012, at 18:05, Koen Aers wrote:
> > Guys,
> > Thomas Frühbeck has done an incredible job enabling this DEBUG feature
> in JBoss Tools. It has only just been committed to trunk so it will
> unfortunately not make it into the soon-to-be-released JBT 3.3.0.
> > Anyway, as soon as trunk is picked up again for the nightly builds
> (probably after the 3.3.0 release), you will be able to use a preference on
> the Forge preference pages to launch the embedded (or any other) Forge
> runtime in DEBUG mode. If you set a breakpoint somewhere in the plugin code
> or Forge core code that you are working on, execution will stop as
> expected. The feature is still a bit rough around the edges as you will
> need to add the projects in your workspace to the source lookup path every
> time Forge is launched but we are working on a solution for that problem.
> > It's also not (yet) possible to hot-replace the code you are working on.
> That's also something for the future if it's somewhat doable.
> > But as it is now this is already a super great tool that will be very
> helpful for everybody working on Forge plugins or on the runtime. Big kudos
> to Thomas for working himself into this codebase so quickly and
> implementing this feature that is far from trivial!
> > Thanks Thomas!
> > Cheers,
> > Koen
> > Op 29-mei-2012, om 00:36 heeft Thomas Frühbeck het volgende geschreven:
> >> OK, the size limit killed me, another go to send this message:
> >> Hi,
> >> I just finished a first draft of the ForgeConsole in Debug mode.
> >> The loading of the embedded Forge runtime ist still not working, this
> needs real experts :-/
> >> So if you would like to give it a try, pleas load your own runtime in
> the Forge preferences.
> >> The implementation is still a bit shaky, but at least the direction
> seems to be clear.
> >> Still missing:
> >> - automatic source lookup of Forge sources in eclipse
> >> - and of course most interesting: the lookup of sources which are
> used by Forge during debug - that will be real fun :-))
> >> Load the attached plugin: unzip in <eclipse-home>/dropins/
> >> To run the DebugForge: [SHIFT]+[CTRL]+
> >> Please find attached:
> >> - the zip of the plugin for dropins folder
> >> - the source I adapted included in the soure.jar files will come in
> separate message
> >> So, how do we go from here, to whom can I pass over the sources for
> quality check / check-in?
> >> Any ideas welcome,
> >> Thomas
> >> Am 26.05.2012 19:51, schrieb Lincoln Baxter, III:
> >>> This is a really great idea! Fantastic!
> >>> On Sat, May 26, 2012 at 5:49 AM, Koen Aers <koen.aers at gmail.com>
> >>> Yes, that's actually a good idea. It would also be cool if we could
> pickup the classes being worked upon directly in the class/module path of
> this Forge launch, but I guess that will not be so easy…
> >>> Cheers,
> >>> Koen
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Lincoln Baxter, III
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