[wingide-users] Is "Attach to Process..." working in beta4?

Wing IDE Support support at wingware.com
Thu Nov 4 12:09:59 MDT 2010


Could you enable debug side logging by setting kLogFile in wingdbstub.py 
and sending the log file to support at wingware.com?

Thanks,

John

On 11/4/10 1:52 PM, Russell Warren wrote:
> I've been struggling for a while to get it working and I can't.  I've
> reduced to running the small bit of code below and trying to attach
> Wing, but it won't work.
>
> import wingdbstub
> #wingdbstub.kAttachPort = '50108'
> import time
> while True:
>      print "tick"
>      time.sleep(0.5)
>
> My wingdbstub.py is currently has "kAttachPort = '50016'".   The
> commented line is where I occasionally try changing the port, but I am
> not 100% sure it works after the import is complete (does it?).
>
> I've been through many layers here, including:
>
>     * thinking it was a virtualenv problem --- but I've turfed my
>       virtualenv and now work in a fresh project that doesn't point to
>       my virtualenv and it still does not work
>     * wondering if wingdbstub changed from 3->4 --- it did (a tiny bit),
>       but updating to the latest wingdbstub.py didn't help anyway
>     * thinking other background processes I have going are stealing the
>       port --- I have tried many ports to no avail and there is nothing
>       showing in 'lsof -i' anyway
>
> I can't get Wing to attach at all, although I know I was able to attach
> with no issues in Wing3.  Sometimes I get a message box saying there is
> no process listening or running, other times I get nothing and the
> status line just says "no debug process, listening for connections" for
> a few seconds.
>
> How do I get it to work?  I suspect I've done something silly or am
> missing something simple.
>
> I'll also send a bug report with log, just in case.
>
> Thanks,
> Russ
>
>
>
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