uncomfortable eclipse launcher
Framework version: 1.2.2
Platform you're using: Snow Leopard 10.6.6 / Eclipse Indigo JEE
The default launcher are not realy comfortable, example:
Start the app with Run as, then Debu As the JPDA
First / some times it works, but after edit your code and hot-deployment the debug mode exists. When starting JPDA debug you have no control to stop it. When you start the app again, the dt_socket for debugging changes sometimes:
'Listening for transport dt_socket at address: 9325' -> So you have to edit the JDPA launcher file and adjust the port.
My solution is: Change some argument of the app launcher (Run as -> Run Configurations.. or Debug) and remove in the arguments tab, this VM argument:
then you can use the app lancher APP_NAME.launch for both
optios, Run as and Debug as.
You don't have to start the JPDA launcher extra or adjust the port.
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