[Dev] Debugging Chandler threads with WingIDE?

John Anderson john at osafoundation.org
Fri Feb 10 13:20:53 PST 2006


Google says:

It's possible to debug a single thread by importing wingdbstub instead 
of initiating the debug process from the IDE.  Debugging is then on 
the thread that first does the import, although the usefulness of this 
depends on how you're using threads in your code.

John

Heikki Toivonen wrote:
> Grant figured out a way to debug Chandler threads with ActiveState
> Komodo (see
> http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/DebuggingChandler#Multi_threaded_debugging_in_Komo)
> and I have figured out how to do it with Eclipse and the pydev plugin
> (in theory, since there is a bug that prevents me from trying it out).
>
> It seems like it should be possible to do something similar with
> WingIDE. Has anyone looked, or asked the WingIDE guys if it could be
> done? It would be best to direct them to the link above.
>
> If you ware wondering why, well, all mail code (including SSL) runs in
> background that can't be debugged without these tricks, and it is likely
> we'll be moving more code to background threads as well so the problem
> is going to get worse if we don't find solutions.
>
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