debugging in eclipse

Dave Angel d at davea.name
Thu Nov 15 14:41:40 CET 2012


On 11/15/2012 07:29 AM, chip9munk at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> I have a stupid problem, for which I cannot find a solution...
>
> I have a python module, lets call it debugTest.py.
>
> and it contains:
> def test():
>     a=1
>     b=2
>     c=a+b
>     c
>
> so as simple as possible.
>
> Now I would like to debug it in eclipse.. (I have pydev and all)
> so the question is how do I debug the test function? (by debug I mean go into it in the debugging mode and execute step by step, inspect the variables and so on.. you know, like it is so easily done in Matlab for example).
>

I don't know Eclipse, but you probably have to have some top-level code
in your program.  As it stands, it's just an importable module, doing
nothing useful when you run it.

Add a call to test() to the end of the file, and it might do better. 
I'd also add a print statement, just to assure yourself that it's running.

-- 

DaveA



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