Breakpoints don't work in libraries.

It seems like every single breakpoint I place inside my libraries (not global libraries, but regular ones) are ignored by the IDE. However, errors and trace info does work.

I refuse to believe that this is a known issue/bug, but more like I'm missing some configuration/setting to make it work.

Thanks.

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1. Do you have sources attached to the library, or is it just .class files?

2. Can you attach a screenshot showing how this breakpoint looks like in the editor? Does the breakpoint's tooltip say "INVALID"?

Regards,
Alexander.

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1) It's a path to a library, no swc, but raw .as files.
2) I was going to comment about that, something I noticed is that the breakpoints that do work show a "✔" symbol or a "x" symbol, however inside the lbiraries it doesn't show any symbol, it's an empty circle.

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Hi, Pablo,
as I already said in your first thread IntelliJ IDEA supports more than a dozen of debuggers for different  languages and technologies and each debugger has its own implementation, so mentioning the technology that you use allows you to get an answer faster.
And you have already got an answer in that thread for exactly the same question. Is anything wrong in IntelliJ IDEA 14 where the issue is fixed?

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I mentioned the technology when I added the tag actionscript, sorry if I wasn't more clear about it.

Didn't know the issue was fixed in the new version, I will give it a try.

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I can confirm that this bug is fixed in the version 14 of IDEA.

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