Stop and go - two Python(Win) questions

Simon Brunning SBrunning at trisystems.co.uk
Wed Jan 16 17:07:57 CET 2002


> From:	m.bless at gmx.de [SMTP:m.bless at gmx.de]
> Yes, I'm looking for a PERSISTENT breakpoint. The F9 method is great
> but in more complex projects I'd like to have persistent breakpoints
> too.
> 
> What I'm missing is the "set step on" directive of FoxPro which
> suspends execution. You can then manually inspect/modify whatever you
> want and later on "resume" execution.
> 
> So, what I'm looking for is a function like
> 
>   win32ui.PythonWinPleaseHearMyPlea(
>       "suspend here as if F9 was pressed")
> 
> To resume later on I could press F5 as usual.
 
OK, try this:

import pywin.debugger
pywin.debugger.brk()

Cheers,
Simon Brunning
TriSystems Ltd.
sbrunning at trisystems.co.uk




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