[Red5] Debugging red5 0.7.0 webapp standalone using eclipse
ignacio.lopez at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 11:18:48 PDT 2008
Hey thank you very much for this info.I'm having a problem while setting
breakpoints....Eclipse is complaining with "debugging unable to install
breakpoint due to missing line number".
I've checked the compiler options and the options are all checked. Googled
it for a while but didn't find a solution that worked for me.
Do you know if it's mandatory to have your eclipse workspace inside the
red5/webapps folder for this to work?
Thanks very much
On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 3:45 PM, João César <jpcesar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok this is my time to help.
> Follow this
> Basically what u need to do is launch red5-debug.bat that will be
> listening in 8787.
> On eclipse u will setup debug options to use attach method on port
> 8787. when u launch debug for ur application red5 will start to run.
> Good Luck
> On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 6:34 PM, Ignacio Lopez <ignacio.lopez at gmail.com>
> > Hi all! I'm running a custom webapp on top of red5 0.7.0 on windows, and
> > would like to be able to user more than log.debug for my debugging
> > =)
> > I don't have the source code of red5 in my eclipse...I'm just running the
> > standalone version over jetty.
> > Is the red5 plugin the only way to debug a red5 app? I've tried the
> > red5-debug.bat but it didn't work for me...maybe I did something wrong.
> > Some tips on debugging would be really helpful...There is a section in
> > wiki but is empty =(
> > Thanks very much!
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