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The debug server implementation for Java. It conforms to the debug protocol of Visual Studio Code.
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README.md

Java Debug Server for Visual Studio Code

Overview

The Java Debug Server is an implementation of Visual Studio Code (VSCode) Debug Protocol. It can be used in Visual Studio Code to debug Java programs.

Features

  • Launch/Attach
  • Breakpoints
  • Exceptions
  • Pause & Continue
  • Step In/Out/Over
  • Variables
  • Callstacks
  • Threads
  • Debug console

Background

The Java Debug Server is the bridge between VSCode and JVM. The implementation is based on JDI (Java Debug Interface). It works with Eclipse JDT Language Server as an add-on to provide debug functionalities.

Repository Structure

  • com.microsoft.java.debug.core - the core logic of the debug server
  • com.microsoft.java.debug.plugin - wraps the debug server into an Eclipse plugin to work with Eclipse JDT Language Server

License

EPL 1.0, See LICENSE file.

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