are you using Eclipse breakpoints? I think you have to use GWT.*debugger
Le dimanche 16 octobre 2016 19:10:55 UTC+2, Namline a écrit :
> I am trying to debug a very simple HTML GWT module in Eclipse, but the
> breakpoint in my EntryPoint class does not get hit! I have the following
> GWT version: 2.7
> Eclipse version: Mars 4.5.2
> Chrome version: 53
> Running mode: Super Dev Mode (debug)
> My module contains a simple HTML file with one EntryPoint (It's a
> proverbial HelloWorld). The application starts normally when I do Run As
> Super Dev Mode or Debug As Super Dev Mode, and I see server's and client's
> URL's and ports with no errors. I can navigate to the application HTML URL
> (Chrome v53), see my simple Label, and even recompile and see the changes
> if I modify the EntryPoint class which contains that simple Label.
> I have set my argument's log level to DEBUG (see tons of loading various
> modules) and even check marked Debug As Configuration to stop at the main
> method. The thing is, when I run the application in Debug Super Dev Mode
> for the first time to start the core server, I can see the breakpoint
> stopping in DevMode class' main() method (not afterward though when I make
> changes to the EntryPoint and recompile by refreshing the browser). But
> when I set a breakpoint in my EntryPoint's onModuleLoad(), it gets ignored!
> How can I get the server to put a hook on my EntryPoint?
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