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netbeans debug problem

Hi Guys,

Any help appreciated on this one:

I was happily building projects using netbeans 3.6, and was able to debug,
single step, or step into, any of my code I liked.

I then migrated to netbeans 4.0, and used the new project wizard to create a
new 'Java Project with Existing Sources'.

Everything builds fine.

I can run the program (F5).

I can set a breakpoint and the IDE reports the program is stopped at the
breakpoint, except there is no 'green arrow' in the source window pointing
into the line where the breakpoint occured.

If I try to step (F8) or step into (F7), the program continues execution, as
if I had pressed (ctrl-F5) instead.

Where am I going wrong?

Rgds,

Jez.
Jul 18 '05 #1
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