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    Default Configuring Java source folders for eclipse

    Hello,
    (I could not find a previous post on the same subject in the forum, though I'm positive this issue had been raised before)

    I am using eclipse, and would like to be able to debug java.util, java.lang, etc. classes, and not just classes I wrote.

    When using the debug tool in eclipse, whenever I get to a method from java's internal or native methods, i get a "Source not found" message.

    I have downloaded sun's Java source files, but I cannot find how to tell eclipse where to find them. I tried using "Edit Source Lookup Path..." button, which appears along with the mentioned message, but have not been able to make it work. :confused:

    Thanks
    Kfir

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    try to right click on your project and goto build path cheack your library or jars
    It's easy to write a code that computers can understand...
    ... the challenge is to write a code that humans can understand

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    Thanks, that worked.

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    ?
    18 months?
    I'm impressed...
    :)

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    Actually I tried it right away, but forgot to reply here, and i ran into this thread again and decided that someone might benefit from knowing whether it worked or not :-)

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    That was very considerate of you.
    There are too many dead threads around, left hanging with no clear resolution.

    I am now smiling on a rainy Friday in Coventry...:)

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    Is it better than a scorching hot (35 deg. Celsius = 95 deg. Fahrenheit) day in the Arava desert, Israel? :)

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    That sounds far preferable (assuming the presence of air conditioning)...

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