[oXygen-user] debugging a java extension?

Sorin Ristache
Mon May 21 03:27:31 CDT 2007

Hello Kai,

The cache is refreshed automatically when the timestamp of the jar 
file/class files used as extension is changed on disk. If you change the 
source and then compile the new source oXygen uses the new version of 
the extension by detecting that the timestamp of the cached version is 
older than the timestamp of the disk version.


Kai Hackemesser wrote:
> Hi,
> In meantime I found another problem while debugging: It looks like the 
> extension class(es) is hold in cache and doesn't get updated when I 
> change it's source. That makes it complicated to debug.
> Ciao!
> Kai
> Kai Hackemesser schrieb:
>> I tried that before I switched to the default logger constructor. But 
>> I want to add that I'm using the eclipse plugin, not the standalone 
>> oxygen editor.
>> Regards,
>> Kai
>> Sorin Ristache schrieb:
>>> Try to specify the full path for the log file name in the logger 
>>> configuration. Also you can send the logging output to the standard 
>>> output but you have to start oXygen with the startup script 
>>> (oxygen.bat on Windows, oxygen.sh on Linux, oxygenMac.sh on Mac OS X) 
>>> instead of the desktop/menu shortcut in order to see this output.
>>> Regards,
>>> Sorin
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