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Debugging MultiThreaded Swing Application on Eclipse

P Goel
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Joined: Nov 15, 2008
Posts: 12
Hello,

I am having problem in debugging my Swing Application on Eclipse. It has multiple threads running simultaneously and if a breakpoint is present in one thread then only this threads execution suspends whereas other threads still remains in running state.
I tried changing the default suspend policy(Suspend Thread/ Suspend VM) present in Debug settings but it didn't helped me.
I want that whenever a break point comes then execution of all threads should stop, please help me if anyone know the work around for this problem.

Thanks!
Rob Spoor
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Joined: Oct 27, 2005
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pgoeol,

you've been warned about following our naming policy back in November by Tim Holloway, yet you haven't complied to that request yet. I urge you to comply, or your account will be closed.

Rob


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