debugging

python newbie mesteve_b at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 24 02:50:36 CET 2004


I second the recommend. on Komodo. I'm definitely happy with it myself. I
recently bought the personal edition.
If you install the ActiveState version, as you heard by now, you get
PythonWin which can debug. I notice the similarity in interfaces even, as
they were both made by ActiveState of course. However Komodo has a lot of
functionality beyond it, if you need that it is (if you even care about
Komodo and what I'm typing here, bye).

"Michael Geary" <Mike at DeleteThis.Geary.com> wrote in message
news:1012jf28chjio61 at corp.supernews.com...
> Doug Farrell wrote:
> > Can someone help me out a little with Python? What do people
> > use to debug Python code? I don't understand how to use the
> > built in debugger and I haven't had any luck getting ddd to
> > debug my Python programs. I end up falling back on
> > inserting print statements in my code to figure out what's
> > going on. This works but isn't always the fastest route to a
> > solution. So, I'm just wondering what other people do.
>
> What OS are you running?
>
> On Windows, PythonWin has a nice interactive debugger.
>
> My favorite is Komodo, which is available for Windows, Linux, and Solaris:
>
> http://www.activestate.com/Products/Komodo/
>
> Komodo is not free, but the personal edition is pretty cheap, and the
> commercial edition is well worth the price for commercial development.
>
> -Mike
>
>





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