Now the next step is to install basheclipse, which enables eclipse in conjunction with shelled to debug bash scripts.
Step 1: Download basheclipse
Step 2: Do not copy the jar file to the plugins directory if you are using Eclipse Neon. Copy them to the dropins directory.
Step 3: Restart eclipse (and wait. I had to wait nearly 5 minutes with a cpu usage of 100%)
Step 4: Change the Shell interpreter in shelled (->window->preferences->shell script->interpreters):
Step 5: Create a new Shell Script Project:
Step 8: Add _DEBUG.sh at the beginning of your file with full qualified directory name:
~/devel/workspace/MyShellScriptProjekct/_DEBUG.shStep 9: Go to ->run->debug configurations and create a new configuration inside "bash script"
- java 1.5 with
But this did not work.
- java 1.9 with
Did neither work (this posting)
But: Java 1.6 with Eclipse Luna works!
Read the next posting how to debug a bash scripts in eclipse...
EDIT: After changing from OpenJDK to Oracle's JDK it even works with Eclipse Neon.