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From "Chris Birchall (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (IVYDE-277) Using workspace dependency resolver, project source dirs are not added to dependent project's source lookup path
Date Tue, 05 Apr 2011 00:15:05 GMT


Chris Birchall commented on IVYDE-277:

Steps to reproduce:

1. Set up the attached projects in an Eclipse workspace.

2. Set a breakpoint in constructor of ProjBClass in ProjectB.

3. Run ProjAMainClass in the debugger.

Expected result:

ProjBClass's source code is found and displayed in the debugger.

Actual result:

"Source not found." error message is shown.

Let me know if you need any more information. Thanks! 

> Using workspace dependency resolver, project source dirs are not added to dependent project's
source lookup path
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: IVYDE-277
>                 URL:
>             Project: IvyDE
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: launch configuration
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.0
>         Environment: Eclipse Helios
> WinXP
>            Reporter: Chris Birchall
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments:
> Apologies if this is a duplicate or just a mistake in my IvyDE settings.
> I have a number of dependent projects in an Eclipse workspace, linked using IvyDE's "Resolve
dependencies in workspace". I am also using a number of 3rd party jars.
> For simplicity of explanation, let's say I have two projects, A and B. 
> Project A depends on project B and on 3rdparty.jar.
> Project B's class folders are correctly added to project A's classpath, so I can run
project A using an Eclipse run configuration with no problems. However, project's B's source
folders are not added to the run configuration's source lookup path. Strangely, project B's
class folders are added to the path, but of course there are no source files in there.
> This causes problems when debugging project A. If I am stepping through some Project
A code and try to step into a Project B method, Eclipse does not how where to find Project
B's source, so it gives me an error. As a workaround I have to manually add all of project
B's source folders to the lookup path.
> Note that the source for 3rdparty.jar is correctly retrieved from the repo and steppable
using the debugger. (I notice that it is not added to the source lookup path, so I guess the
debugger can find it as a source attachment to the jar). Similarly, if I close project B then
projectB-src.jar is correctly retrieved and debuggable.

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