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    Default debugger "Source not found"

    when i debug program with the eclipse debugger sometimes i got the error "Source not found". when i look into the lookup path all jars seem to be there. i can't figure out where the problem is. need hints.

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    Package explorer, right click on your project and select 'Properties'. In the new dialog you choose 'Java Build Path' and there the register 'Libraries'. In each lib tree is a node called 'Source attachment', that's the one to specify where the source files are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhHein View Post
    Package explorer, right click on your project and select 'Properties'. In the new dialog you choose 'Java Build Path' and there the register 'Libraries'. In each lib tree is a node called 'Source attachment', that's the one to specify where the source files are.

    ok, i point the source attachment to the file called src.zip in the java directory and know the the source error disappears while debugging. clear, when exernal jars are involved in the debugging i need to search for these sources. but for now it's ok. one bug less in the eclipse univers :) thx a lot.
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