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vertx:debug [2014/08/03 19:53]
alex
vertx:debug [2017/03/15 00:07]
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 === Debugging vert.x applications with Eclipse === === Debugging vert.x applications with Eclipse ===
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 (Please note that this description applies to vert.x 2.1.x) (Please note that this description applies to vert.x 2.1.x)
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 When debugging vert.x applications inside Eclipse, I could get breakpoints to work when starting a unit test in Eclipse with Debug as Junit, but for some reason I couldn't put any breakpoints when running the complete application with a maven task (even though this supports Debug as as well). When debugging vert.x applications inside Eclipse, I could get breakpoints to work when starting a unit test in Eclipse with Debug as Junit, but for some reason I couldn't put any breakpoints when running the complete application with a maven task (even though this supports Debug as as well).
  
-The group suggested using mvnDebug (actually that was Tim), which supports running a maven build with the debug listener option in the JVM so that it is possible to attach from Eclipse or another IDE to the process.+The group suggested using mvnDebug (actually that was Tim I think), which supports running a maven build with the debug listener option in the JVM so that it is possible to attach from Eclipse or another IDE to the process.
  
 In the case of vert.x, the command to run the program is (in a command window or terminal) In the case of vert.x, the command to run the program is (in a command window or terminal)