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Submitted by Christian Pontesegger on Tue, 2020-01-28 04:22
While the marketplace install fails, I was able to install directly from the p2 site, see
Verified on 2019-06
Submitted by Samyem Mising name on Fri, 2019-05-10 10:24
Is this plugin still maintained? Does not work on the current stable version of Eclipse.
Submitted by David Chase on Thu, 2012-09-13 16:17
The problem is far more inscrutable and bizarre -- the Eclipse version I had previously tried it with was 3.7, not 3.8.
I replaced Eclipse 3.7 with Eclipse 3.8, and never tried jvmmonitor with Eclipse 3.8. The mysterious slowdown persisted when debugging within Eclipse. Running an application goes at full speed, but debugging is dog-slow.
What files does jvmmonitor touch when installed?
Submitted by David Chase on Thu, 2012-09-13 15:51
I tried it. It failed with some exception or another.
I uninstalled it, but its hooks are still in my project somehow, because debugging is dog-slow and I see it phoning home to the mother ship.
I do not even recommend trying this, because I think I am going to need to reset my Eclipse installation to a clean state and start over. As far as I know, this means re-downloading and re-installing all the plugins, which is not at all convenient.