[BangPypers] Turbogears Pydev debugging in Eclipse
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Tue Jun 23 10:13:00 CEST 2009
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Behalf Of Parthan SR
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2009 3:52 PM
To: Bangalore Python Users Group - India
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] Turbogears Pydev debugging in Eclipse
Harpreet Singh wrote:
> I come from the .Net/visual studio environment and i am pretty new to
> the Turbogears 188.8.131.52 and/or python world.
> I would like to know if pydev in Eclipse 3.2 supports breakpoint
> debugging of a Turbogears web application?
> If yes, this would mean setting a break point in the .py file and
> doing a step through/step into of the code, while the web page is
> displayed in the browser. Am i correct?
I am not sure how to do it in an IDE (for the fact I never used anything
other than Emacs) but you should still be able to make use of pdb. It
might not be as good as break point function you are looking for, but
yes it allows you to step through the code (from the point you call
pdb.set_trace()) in an web app. I have used it with Django and Pylons.
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Figured out, that it is possible to set break points, step through and
debug. Some of the things were not very obvious.
Others who face problems could check up this link:
I have tried to put down some things to check up.
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