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creating eclipseme debuggable environment from succesful maven project?

Dag Nygaard
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Joined: Apr 16, 2009
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Has anyone walked the path from maven build to running eclipseme emulator (debug)?
That is, I have a j2me project where I use maven and ant(!) to build a j2me client, including signing and obfuscating. The client works fine on my cellphone. However when I now must l debug the client, I have not been able to set up eclipseme in such a way that I am able to run the debugger.

I am using:
- Eclipse 3.5/Galileo (Pulsar for Mobile Java Developers - Build id: 20090619-0625)
- EclipseMe plugin
- maven 2.2.0
- ant
- WTK 2.5.2
- antenna 1.1.0-beta
- proguard and obfuscating through j2me-maven-plugin (from com.pyx4me)

I have gotten as far as a hang after "Allow air time".
Another attempt kept giving me an obfuscation error...
I am guessing I would be better of from scratch, i.e. importing my original project into a new workspace. Anyone have any suggestions where I should continue?

Dag
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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I don't recall having done Maven+EclipseME, but just because you're using Maven that should not be a problem. I do Maven+JEE debugging all the time.

You might want to turn off the obfuscator for builds done while debugging, however.


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