Debug python for Windows?

David LeBlanc whisper at oz.net
Mon Mar 24 23:40:00 CET 2003


> Does anyone have either a binary, or better instructions for compiling a
> complete debug python under windows?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> S.
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Using vc++ 6.0, a python debug version is easy.

First, make sure you follow the instructions for making debug versions of
the required 3rd party packages (zlib, tcl, tk etc.).

Next, load the python workspace into VisualStudio, select "win32 - debug"
configuration and let it rip.

You might have to tweak things so that the right debug version libraries are
picked, but knowing that whily timbot, that's probably all already done
right ;)

David LeBlanc
Seattle, WA USA






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