|RE: [cdt-dev] source attachment for org.eclipse.cdt.debug.internal.core|
I am using the SDK version of the CDT download…I’m guessing I need to actually check out the source.
cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Doug Schaefer
First with the debug.internal.core source lookup, how are you running the CDT? Do you get the source out of CVS or are you using the SDK version of the CDT download?
As for the C++ source lookup, I have no idea J. But debugging it would help us understand what’s going on.
Doug Schaefer, QNX Software Systems
Eclipse CDT Project Lead, Tools PMC member
cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ryan Huff
I’m working on a plug-in which provides a different editor to Eclipse, which works with the CDT to provide C debugging/build support. Currently having an issue when debugging C++ code and stopping on a breakpoint: when the debugger stops at the breakpoint, instead of opening up an editor (our editor) and jumping to the line of the breakpoint I get the error “Source lookup not found.” I was trying to debug why exactly this is happening, and it looks like doSourceLookup() is returning an empty list, however I’m having trouble “seriously” debugging my problem because I can’t configure the source attachment for CBreakpointManager, or anything else in org.eclipse.cdt.debug.internal.core L. When I go to the project properties and Java Build Path > Libraries and select the Source attachment under the .jar, I can’t click the ‘Edit...’ button. I was hoping maybe one of you might have an idea of why this is, and how I can get the source attachment configured…? And obviously if anyone has any hunch as to the reason behind the “actual” problem that would be a welcome bonus. Thanks!