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Subject [Solr Wiki] Trivial Update of "HowToConfigureEclipse" by ErickErickson
Date Thu, 03 May 2012 21:20:20 GMT
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The "HowToConfigureEclipse" page has been changed by ErickErickson:

Added a bit of explication about opening the Eclipse project the first time

  == Eclipse (Galileo, J2EE version, but any relatively recent Eclipse
should do): ==
  Checkout the trunk with subclipse (location:,
then run 'ant eclipse' and refresh your project.
+ If you don't have a project yet to refresh, click File>>New>>Java Project. Uncheck
"use default location", and navigate to "solr home" and just open that. It'll churn for a
while, but it'll get there in the end. At that point you should be able to right-click on
one of the test cases and run a Junit test, but see the "-ea" notes below.
+ === Remote debugging ===
+ First, start up your server (here I'm using the default Jetty server) and start it with
these options:
+ java -Xdebug -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=y,address=7666  -jar start.jar
+ "address" is the port you're going to attach to, the port you use is arbitrary. Now, in
Eclipse hit the little down arrow next to the cute little bug icon and then "debug configurations>>remote
java applications" and click the "new" icon in the upper left. Name your project and put the
port in that corresponds to the "address" above.
+ You should now be able to set breakpoints etc. when you run this configuration.
  === Enabling Assertions for unit tests in Eclipse ===
  By default, Eclipse does not run test with assertions enabled. This causes some tests to
run incorrectly in Eclipse and excludes some checks in the source code.

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