What the heck has happened to PythonWin???

Robert k.robert at gmx.de
Thu Oct 31 15:01:18 CET 2002

Is there a fix for this problem meanwhile?


"Thomas Weholt" <2002 at weholt.org> wrote in message news:<Hejv9.842$0A6.19237 at news4.ulv.nextra.no>...
> When I press F5 a window containing the source-code for the module
> debugger.py pops up, with what I guess is a break-point on the line def
> _doexec(cmd, globals, locals), line no 923. If I switch back to my script
> and press F5 once more the same window ( debugger.py ) takes focus, but my
> script has been run in the background, putting output into the Interactive
> Window as usual. Haven't touched any options, settings or nothing. I'll
> hopefully switch back to using Linux as my development platform one of these
> days, but I'll still do alot of coding using PythonWin on windows. It would
> be great if it worked like before. Any hint, tip or clue you could give me
> would be highly appreciated.
> And any information about a spamkiller for Outlook would also be most
> interesting. :-)
> Best regards,
> Thomas Weholt
> "Mark Hammond" <mhammond at skippinet.com.au> wrote in message
> news:ctiv9.10864$jE1.36952 at news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> > Thomas Weholt wrote:
> > > Download Python 2.2.2 for windows, latest winall from Mark Hammond
>  followed
> > > a few seconds later. Installed it all, fired up PythonWin and tried to
>  run a
> > > project I'm working on. The darn debugger ( or a module related to the
> > > debugger ) pops up every time I hit F5 and I cannot get anything to run
> > > properly. This is very annoying. I've been using PythonWin for a long
>  time
> > > and hope I don't have start looking elsewhere for a good editor for
>  windows.
> > > As the python-community is way to clever ( Mark H. in particular ) to
>  have
> > > made PythonWin so annoying on purpose I guess there's something wrong
>  with
> > > me.
> >
> > Can you be more specific?  I press F5 and my script runs, just like as
> > before.  I *wish* I had time to play on Pythonwin, but it hasn't been
> > touched for ages (however, if you want an excellent spam detection tool
> > for Outlook 2000...<wink>)
> >
> > Mark.
> >

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