Good day -
I have a process I am trying to debug that does, in some method :
} catch ( Throwable t )
* throw new SomeOtherException( t ) ;
I have got the debugger to break at the line indicated by the asterisk,
but it does not let me see the value of exception 't' - Idea 14.1.3 pops
up an error dialog with the message :
"Cannot find local variable 't' ."
when I try to evaluate the expression 't' or 'System.err.println(t)' .
This is not a process I control the source code of (it is an ancient gradle-1.12 release
that I am trying to debug to find out why it fails to execute a certain task ).
Can anyone suggest how I could discover what 't' is - ie. the exception originally thrown
by do_action() ? Is there any way of inspecting this value with IntellIJ Idea?
The 'SomeOtherException' object does not indicate what 't' is.
Thanks & Regards,