[wingide-users] IDE Problem
scorpion032 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 16 09:35:40 MDT 2009
Can I re-install Wing IDE? Will the license still work??
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 9:01 PM, Lakshman Prasad <scorpion032 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Even with the "Extremely verbose internal log", the log file is empty.
> The passive listener is turned off, has been off.
> There is no other instance of wing running; I verified it thro' the system
> monitor of Ubuntu.
> Rebooting the system didn't help. The Debug process seems to be waiting;
> and I eventually get the reported error.
> On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 7:31 PM, Wingware Support <support at wingware.com>wrote:
>> Lakshman Prasad wrote:
>>> I have been using Wing IDE for some time. Suddenly since yesterday, it
>>> has stopped working. I get the following message when i try to run it. I
>>> dint make any changes in the IDE folder or its settings. Following is the
>>> error message I get:
>>> /The debug process never connected back to Wing IDE: Aborting debug
>>> See Trouble-shooting Failure to Debug in the users manual.
>>> /I can however, execute python programs on the shell, other IDEs and
>>> command line, thus verifying that its not a problem with my python
>>> installation, as the Troubleshooting guide seems to suggest.
>>> Since I use Wing regularly, this is a severe problem; please help me
>>> rectify it immediately. Thanks.
>> Check whether you've got Passive Listen turned on in the debugger
>> (mouse over and/or click on the bug icon in lower left). I suspect
>> that's on and you have two instances of Wing running. It may be
>> that somehow one instance no longer has a window but is still running
>> so you may need to check the task manager or 'ps aux' on Linux/Mac
>> (or if all else fails, reboot).
>> If you are not using wingdbstub, you should generally turn passive
>> listen off.
>> Please let me know if this does not help.
>> Stephan Deibel
>> Wingware | Python IDE
>> Advancing Software Development
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