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[wingide-users] debug cursor disappears when using interactive shell

Robert Rottermann robert@rocad.ch
Tue, 13 Nov 2001 12:56:36 +0100


I do not have I direct answer to your problem. However I have to deal with a
similar situation for which I have a workaround.

I am using wing in conjunction with Zope.
When I change any code in Wing a dialog pops up giving me a selection what
to do with the altered file. What ever I answer I have to restart Zope.
When I change the code is changed externally of Wing a dialog pops up asking
me whether I want to reload the file. Doing so lets me go on smoothly with
the altered code running.

Robert
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven D. Arnold" <stevena@neosynapse.net>
To: <wingide-users@archaeopteryx.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 10:15 AM
Subject: [wingide-users] debug cursor disappears when using interactive
shell


> Hi,
>
> I searched for an answer to this on the Archaeopteryx web site and the
> manual.  Unfortunately, the archives do not appear to be searchable;
> if this question has been answered in the past and someone would like
> to point me at a URL with the appropriate posts, that'd be great, and
> my thanks in advance.
>
> I'm using Wing IDE 1.1b8-1.  My Python executable is ActivePython 2.1
> (pythonw.exe).  I'm on Windows 2000 Professional.
>
> When I debug a file, I reach a point where I need to type in some code
> and see what happens with it.  Usually (but not always) when I do
> this, Wing IDE seems to lose track of the debugging session.  The
> cursor that identifies the next line to be executed disappears.  And
> when I click the "step over" button, the debugger seems to hang
> entirely -- I can't click "step over," "step in" or most of the other
> debug control buttons.  I pretty much have to quit Wing IDE and
> restart it to do anything useful.  Also, it /seems/ that this behavior
> happens more often when the code I typed produces an exception of some
> kind.  This last bit of information is just going by my memory from
> having worked with Wing IDE.
>
> Is this a known problem?  Could it be that Wing IDE is not compatible
> with ActivePython 2.1?  Anyone have any other ideas?
>
> One other question -- what do I have to do to view the contents of
> stdout and stderr for a program that is being debugged?
>
> Thanks again for any help!
>
> -----------------------------------------------------
> Steven D. Arnold               stevena@neosynapse.net
> AIM: abraxan              MSN: neosynapse@hotmail.com
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
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