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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.debug.core
Interface IJavaHotCodeReplaceListener


public interface IJavaHotCodeReplaceListener

Notification of hot code replace failure and success. As resources are modified in the workspace, targets that support hot code replace are updated with new class files.

Clients may implement this interface

Since:
2.0

Method Summary
 void hotCodeReplaceFailed ( IJavaDebugTarget target, DebugException exception)
          Notification that a hot code replace attempt failed in the given target.
 void hotCodeReplaceSucceeded ( IJavaDebugTarget target)
          Notification that a hot code replace attempt succeeded in the given target.
 void obsoleteMethods ( IJavaDebugTarget target)
          Notification that obsolete methods remain on the stack in one or more threads in the given target after a hot code replace.
 

Method Detail

hotCodeReplaceFailed

void hotCodeReplaceFailed(
IJavaDebugTarget target,
                          
DebugException exception)
Notification that a hot code replace attempt failed in the given target.

Parameters:
target - the target in which the hot code replace failed
exception - the exception generated by the hot code replace failure, or null if the hot code replace failed because the target VM does not support hot code replace

hotCodeReplaceSucceeded

void hotCodeReplaceSucceeded(
IJavaDebugTarget target)
Notification that a hot code replace attempt succeeded in the given target.

Parameters:
target - the target in which the hot code replace succeeded

obsoleteMethods

void obsoleteMethods(
IJavaDebugTarget target)
Notification that obsolete methods remain on the stack in one or more threads in the given target after a hot code replace.

Parameters:
target - the target in which obsolete methods remain after a hot code replace

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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