Since the update to Eclipse 3.3 I am noticing that on my current work project the hot code replacement (while in debug) is nomore working: not triggered at all. I’ve not made further investigation, other than checking on Eclipse release notes that someone worked on that feature. But I found no warnings. If someone noticed the same thing, or has some tips, I would like to hear.

I cannot live without the hot code replacement.


2 Responses to “Eclipse 3.3: is “hot code replacement” still working?”  

  1. 1 Jerome

    Hi Luigi,

    I have the same problem !

    Do you have any news about that ?

  2. 2 JeonWoosung

    I’m using Eclipse 3.3 too

    I saw messagebox about Hot Code Replace…

    But the box said me that You can use Hot Code Replace because Your JVM is not support

    So… I have used Hot Code Replace but I suppose that it’s usable

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