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    Default Eclipse IDE -- view local variables Expressions in .jar file

    Hi, all:

    My java project relies on several .jar files.
    I'd love to debug into it and I managed to do so after attaching the source code folders which actually produce those .jar files.

    However, how can I view some of the local variables in some functions of the attached source code, in Expressions view ???

    I succeeded in putting "this" into Expressions view, and I managed to view the member variables of this class. However, for some local variables in some functions of the source code folders, I failed to view them.


    Well, by the way, I've got to say that I am able to view local variables of my own code. I only can't view values of local variables of the attached source code for some .jar files.

    Anybody has the same experience and have you got any work around?


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    Perhaps the source is out of date for those functions? I assume the variables are in scope when you try to view them...

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