Eric J. Van der Velden
ericjvandervelden at gmail.com
Sat Sep 19 00:29:44 PDT 2009
Great, thank you very much.
> Eric J. Van der Velden wrote:
>> I build the JDK by doing
>> $ make debug_build ALT...
>> Now when I use jdb I cannot step into a method of a system type, for
> By default jdb will not step into (or hit breakpoints) in the core
> implementation classes because it was felt that programmers would be
> more interested in their own code.
> jdb starts with a default exclude pattern of:
> (When in jdb, type 'help' for information about the exclude command).
>> Why not, because java/util/HashSet.java is compiled with -g ?
> If you issue the command 'exclude none' in jdb, you will turn off
> this behavior.
> BTW - I agree that this jdb behavior is somewhat user surprising,
> and there is an existing bug report about it:
> 4702575 "TTY: Warn user before accepting a breakpoint if class is on
> exclude list"
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