[Dev] Debugging Chandler threads with WingIDE?
heikki at osafoundation.org
Fri Feb 10 14:46:41 PST 2006
Bryan Stearns wrote:
> I've heard (on the wing-users mailing list) that it's possible to debug
> more than one thread simultaneously by importing wingdbstub from more
> than one thread, with multiple instances of Wing listening on more than
> one port (you'd have to condition the settings in wingdbstub, or have
> multiple wingdbstub.py's with different settings). I've never tried
> this, though.
Uh, while this seems technically a cool feat, I would think most of the
time you'd really want to go with the simple solution of having just one
instance of the debugger running and being able to place breakpoints
anywhere and break on them regardless of what thread you happen to be
running at that time.
Also, I'd really like it if we could check in our debugger hooks for
Komodo, pydev etc. into one location (if __debug__ guarded, and/or maybe
checking --debug command line option) so that you wouldn't need to edit
any files you want to debug. It seems possible with Komodo and pydev,
but I'd really like the same kind of approach to work with WingIDE as well.
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