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I am a bit confused I presume due to the differences between the GWT Designer setup and the native GWT setup. I am trying to debug my app which runs just fine in hosted mode. So I decided to set a breakpoint in a couple of places to poke around and then start it using the standard Eclipse Debug setup. However, it would appear that the app always starts in run mode. Can I not set any breakpoints in hosted mode (my understanding was that I could). Pardon my ignorance - having read a number of books I am still very new to actual practice.
Scouring Google's site I only find that 'I can log messages' under 'Debugging'. Surely I can stop and step through the code?
Am I missing something?
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This is bug in one of the JDK 1.6 version, I don't remember exactly build 14 or 15.
AFAIK Sun already fixed it, so update to the latest JDK 1.6 build.
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