01-23-2009, 05:40 PM
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I am having a weird problem with my eclipse/JDE setup. Everything had been working fine for months. I was happily debugging my app. Made a small code change. Closed the simulator and hit the debug button again.
During startup I now get the following error:
"The "[projectname].debug" file is missing. Please choose the missing file.
With the options "Search...", "Browse...", "Cancel", and "Don't ask this again"
Sure enough, I look in my directory and my .debug file is missing. No idea where it went. I tried to copy another projects file, as well as create a bogus file (neither of which I expected to work - but I wanted to see what happened), and the new file gets deleted every time.
Regardless of which option I select from the error message above, I then get the followup error "Some debug information is missing. Not all applications may be debuggable".
My application runs fine, and the debugger claims to start up, but it does not stop at any breakpoints. Essentially, I can no longer debug.
I am positive that I did not make any configuration changes between attempts. I had already launched the simulator in debug mode probably 40 times today, and it just stopped working. I have tried everything I could think of, including trying different simulators and rebooting, to no avail. I still get the error.