More about Debugging Unahndled Exceptions
zhitenev at cs.vsu.ru
Wed Feb 19 14:58:09 CET 2003
> If you're running pythonwin, won't "import
> pywin.debugger;pywin.debugger.set_trace();" in your program throw you
> into debug mode? Don't know how it'll interact with wxWindows though.
I don't "import pywin. ....". I set a breakpoint in a source file and press
F5. It would stop at it, but now its behaviour is undefined, depending on a
program. In wxPython it has to stop at event handlers.
But I wanted the Python itself to print the variable values.
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