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Source code misaligned when partial mocking private methods using JMockit

 
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Hello Friends,
I have a class that I am partially mocking using NonStrictExpectations



The problem is that when I use Deencapsulation.invoke() to mock a private method it messes up the source code of the CampaignSelector class and hence when I debug into the getMessageFromCampaign() method the source code is misaligned in Eclipse. I understand that JMockit redefines classes but this only happens when private methods are mocked and not public. Any way to get around this problem?
 
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