[wingide-users] Wing & TurboGears 2

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Fri Jan 8 08:15:45 MST 2010


Eric Earnst wrote:
> Hi,
> Unfortunately the instructions on how to debug TurboGears 2 with Wing
> have parts that are going over my head (this is the most complicated
> thing I have tried with Python).  I'm using Python 2.5.4, Windows 7 64
> bit, Wing Pro 3.2.3-1.
>
> First problem
> *  Go into the Turbogears instance directory wingtest and run Wing
>
> What directory is the "instance" directory?  First, I normally just
> start Wing from a shortcut, does "Go into the Turbogears instance..."
> apply in Windows?  I am using virtualenv so my structure is:
> tg2env\wingtest; is the instance directory tg2env, tg2env\wingtest or?
>   

The instance directory is the wingtest directory. We might be using the 
wrong terminology here for TurboGears, but you can create multiple 
website instances for a single TurboGears installation. We are not 
TurboGears experts, so please let us know if it sounds like some of the 
wording in the how-to should be corrected.

> *  Add your instance directory to the project and save it as
> wingtest.wpr There is no need to add all of Turbogears to the project;
> just the instance should suffice.
>
> Assume this will be answered in the first question?  "Add existing
> directory..." option
>   

Yes, I think so. Please let me know if this is still unclear.

> *  Add also the paster to your project. Then open it and and set it as
> main debug file from the Debug menu
>
> paster or paster.exe?
>   

This would refer to the Python code. It cannot be paster.exe, since that 
cannot be fed to Wing IDE's debugger. So I think it is "paster".

Please let me know if this does not help.

Thanks,

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Stephan Deibel
Wingware | Python IDE
Advancing Software Development

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