[wingide-users] Python VersionsStephan Deibel sdeibel at wingide.com
Tue, 11 Mar 2003 10:04:18 -0500 (EST)
Yes, you can download and install the Linux version of Wing IDE and then follow the instructions in the manual to remotely debug to a copy of Wing running on Windows. (Or vice versa if I've misunderstood where you want the IDE to run). You do need to have some sort of file sharing between the two machines so both have access to the source code, and will need to set up a file location mapping as part of the configuration process. Details are here: http://wingide.com/psupport/wingide-1.1/node7.html#SECTION007150000000000000000 Licensing is for the IDE so you don't need any extra license to run the debug server on Linux. However, you may want to get a trial license for Linux to get remote debugging working first within the same machine (with the IDE running on the Linux box) and then set up remote debugging to your Windows machine. This is just easier for a first-time setup, but not a requirement. (Again, I'm not sure I've understood where you want to run the IDE but the setup is the same either way). Hope that helps. If not, let us know. Thanks, Stephan Deibel -- Wing IDE for Python Archaeopteryx Software, Inc Take Flight! www.wingide.com On Wed, 12 Mar 2003, Greg Schlut wrote: > Can I use a Linux version of the python executable and libraries to > debug python from a remote windows wingide. I need to load modules from > my linux box that are not on my windows pc. Can I do this and if so, how? > > Thanks, > Greg > > _________________________________________________ > Wing IDE discussion list > http://wingide.com/support/forum >
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