Error in debuging J2ME applications

I haven't seen previous builds, but in 3214 midlets debug mode seem to be broken:(

There are no any debuging port ("address" parameter) at first launch. And during next launch its choosen randomly.

Is any proper way to define it explicitly?

Has anybody similar proplems?

// Sorry, for my bad english - I'am good in reading, but not in writing:o)

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Hi,
now there is really no way to define a debug port (as it was in early EAP).
How do you want to use it?
Thanks.

"Evgeniy" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I haven't seen previous builds, but in 3214 midlets debug mode seem to be

broken:(
>

There are no any debuging port ("address" parameter) at first launch. And

during next launch its choosen randomly.
>

Is any proper way to define it explicitly?

>

Has anybody similar proplems?

>

// Sorry, for my bad english - I'am good in reading, but not in writing:o)



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I am getting an error message "Debugging port value is out of range. It should be an integer between 1024 and 65535." Should the debug port be set explicitly or am I missing some configuration setting?

Build 3265, Linux, JDK 1.4.2_06

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Sorry,
it's a known bug. Will be fixed soon.
Thanks.

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"Safi Ahlberg" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I am getting an error message "Debugging port value is out of range. It

should be an integer between 1024 and 65535." Should the debug port be set
explicitly or am I missing some configuration setting?
>

Build 3265, Linux, JDK 1.4.2_06



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Any estimates as to when this will be fixed? We're developing a j2me solution for a large delivery service using IntelliJ, and System.out.println is a painful way to debug. I guess we could explore using Eclipse, but we'd prefer to stay with IntelliJ.

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It is fixed already. Today, i hope, will be a new build.
Thanks.

"Paul Hyndman" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Any estimates as to when this will be fixed? We're developing a j2me

solution for a large delivery service using IntelliJ, and System.out.println
is a painful way to debug. I guess we could explore using Eclipse, but we'd
prefer to stay with IntelliJ.


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