I just wanted to note that what I usually do in this case is having 2 debuggers attached.
i.e.: start one any way you want and then do an attach to from the other debugger -- in my case as I'm usually on the Python side I usually start the Python debugger and then do an attach to from the C++ IDE, but you can probably do it the other way around too :)
On Sun, Dec 1, 2019 at 1:57 PM Skip Montanaro firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Having tried comp.lang.python with no response, I turn here...
After at least ten years away from Python's run-time interpreter & byte code compiler, I'm getting set to familiarize myself with that again. This will, I think, entail debugging a mixed Python/C environment. I'm an Emacs user and am aware that GDB since 7.0 has support for debugging at the Python code level. Is Emacs+GDB my best bet? Are there any Python IDEs which support C-level breakpoints and debugging?
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