[wingide-users] Best way to integrate wingIDE with Buildout
Noe Nieto [http://percepcionunitaria.org]]
tzicatl at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 18:23:25 MDT 2011
2011/3/22 Wingware Support <support at wingware.com>
> On 3/22/11 2:39 PM, Noe Nieto [http://percepcionunitaria.org]] wrote:
>> Setting the Python executable to bin/instance doesn't make it.
>> I added ommelette to my buildout, switched back to the default python
>> and aded the ommelette directory (parts/ommelete) to the Python Path.
>> That enabled code completion and analysis.
> Does it continue to work if you set the Python Executable to bin/instance?
> I'm suspecting the key step here for completion to work was adding the
> omelette directory (b/c now Wing can find the modules) and bin/instance is
> the Python instance for the buildout so it's best to point Wing to that as
> well (particularly if the default found Python is not the same version).
> I'm still curious about how to configure debugging...
> If you want to launch the debug process from the IDE, most likely setting
> Python Executable to bin/instance will make it work. You can optionally
> also set a main debug file in the Debug menu or right clicking on the
> project view, and you set run args with file properties (right click on the
After adjusting the main debug file and the initial directory for the
debug session I find this error on the Debug I/O panel whenever I try to
Error: username '/usr/lib/wingide4.0/bin/wingdb.py' not found
For help, use
> If the code is launched from outside of the IDE see
> Please let me know if this does not help.
> Stephan Deibel
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