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[wingide-users] c-t and debugger bug? dave at
Tue, 8 Jul 2003 17:23:18 -0400 (EDT)

Hmm, this isn't a large program. I don't think it's going to be source
analysis. I do import re, but that shouldn't be a problem.

I cleared all breakpoints, and then reran it with f5. Unlike what I
expected, where it stops on the top line, it just ran the whole thing. I
also notice that listening for a back-connection takes a while, which I
also didn't expect.

Of course, I didn't get to control it, since it didn't stop at the top

> On Tue, 8 Jul 2003 wrote:
>> 2. I keep getting this weird freezing effect when I'm in the debugger
>> now.
>> I'm using Wing 1.1.8 on Linux. When I start the debugger, it'll load,
>> and
>> then the gui will freeze for a bit, and then I can look at the debugger
>> window for a few seconds, and then it will freeze again, and so on.
>> Really
>> bugs me, since I basically bought wing for the run-time debugger. :<
>> Does anyone else get this? I'm not sure how to analyze this, since it
>> happens on different programs...I'm debugging locally, not remotely or
>> anythign weird like that.
> Try removing all breakpoints from the Breakpoints menu.  It rules out a
> known bug.  Let us know if that helps.
> If not, it may be source analysis chugging away in the background.  Do you
> have a large code base in your project file or reachable by tracing
> 'import' statements in your code?  One case where Wing can be slow in this
> case is with wxPython.  If this is the cause, it should go away after a
> couple of minutes on a Celeron 400ish machine.
> If none of that helps, let us know so we can trace down the problem.  It
> definately shouldn't be acting like that.
> Thanks for reporting this.
> Stephan Deibel
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