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Dunno about incremental debugger... but it means we have HotSwap !!!

- Start a debug session, and start debugging like crazy.
- Make a change in your code.
- Select "Run -> Hotswap"
- WOOHOO!! HotSwappped!!
- ...and continue debugging like crazy.

Thanks jetters

Maas

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Sweet this is a good start, I hope that it will hotswap when the file
can compile and just do it auto, or at least give us the option to set
that on and off in the editor or compiler settings)

Maybe I should add this as a feature request?

R

Maas van den Berg wrote:

Dunno about incremental debugger... but it means we have HotSwap !!!

- Start a debug session, and start debugging like crazy.
- Make a change in your code.
- Select "Run -> Hotswap"
- WOOHOO!! HotSwappped!!
- ...and continue debugging like crazy.

Thanks jetters

Maas


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Dunno about incremental debugger... but it means we have HotSwap !!!

And the difference is?

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It would be nice if the debugger was actually usable for large programs :(

Every time I try to pause execution of our app I get an assertion
failure in the console and I can't see the available threads nor the
current frame.
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=14754
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=14747
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=14425

And the "step over" function just turns my system into an 8086 with the
full 640k of memory!
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=14855

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