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[jdt-apt-dev] Debugging Annotation Processors in Eclipse
- From: Manish Bhargava <manishb@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 10:39:19 -0700
- Delivered-to: email@example.com
I have been trying to debug annotation
processor but no luck yet.
On the web site it says...
|To debug an annotation processor
it must be run from a plugin. You develop your code in the plugin, and
then debug it by annotating source code in a spawned instance of Eclipse.
The debugging instance needs the annotation declaration, the factory, and
the processor. The spawned instance only needs access to the delaration.
I created a plugin based on the APTDemo.
The processor code is in the plugin source folder along with a jar
dependency where annotations (@TypeGeneratingAnnotation and @DemoAnnotation)
are defined. Annotating the src code within a java project (which has the
annotations.jar in classpath) )in a spawned instance of Eclipse does not
invoke the processor (the break points do not get called).
I am not sure what an I missing here
but any help is appreciated. The plugin zip file in my workspace is attached
along with a pic below.
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