[wingide-users] Supply options to command line

Wingware Support support at wingware.com
Mon Mar 1 08:45:27 MST 2010

Marcin Krol wrote:
> Michael Hipp wrote:
>> I was sure I knew how to do this but I've stared at the project 
>> properties and can't find it...
>> How do I supply command line options to my program when I start debug?
> file properties (in Project browser) | Debug | Run arguments.
> I have a different question, though: is there an option in wing ide to 
> start a file WITHOUT debugging?
> That is, I know that if I start Debug and I have no breakpoints set, 
> the file will be ran. The problem with it is that sometimes I want to 
> run a current file without debugging even if I do have some 
> breakpoints set.
> The 2nd point is that starting debug requires wing ide starting up all 
> the debugging machinery and that tends to be somewhat slow.

See Execute Current File in the Debug menu.


Stephan Deibel
Wingware | Python IDE
Advancing Software Development


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