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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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Preprocessor Preferences

href="eclipse_java_me_javascript:executeCommand("org.eclipse.ui.window.preferences(preferencePageId=org.eclipse.mtj.ui.preferences.PreprocessPreferencePage)")">Goto the Preprocessor preference page Java ME >Preprocessor category from the left pane of the preferences dialog to specify preferences that control the process of preprocessing


Preference items:

Item Contents
Debug level There are 5 debug levels can be set: debug, info,warn,error,fatal and none.

the debug level grades are: debug<info<warn<error<fatal<none, for example:
if the preprocessor's debug level is set as 'warn', the code:

//#debug debug
System.out.println("debug");

will not print the "debug" in the console. but the code:

//#debug error
System.out.println("error");

will print "error" in the console.
the preprocessor's debug level can be specified in project scope.


 
 
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