It's definitely the same computer. I'm merely using the default port (5678)
and following the instructions posted on:
I guess the only difference was what I wrote in my last email. I appended
the pysrc to the sys.path and then imported pydevd at runtime within my
Blender script. But I've also outputted the sys.path at one point and my
Blender script directory is also contained within that path. So I'm not
sure what to do next.
[mailto:pydev-users-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Fabio
Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2007 9:35 PM
Subject: Re: [Pydev-users] pydevd remote debugging problem
Although Eclipse can successfully break into the script at my breakpoint,
I'm encountering a major annoyance. I am always getting a dialog asking to
"/.../<string> select corresponding filesystem file" at *every step I
trace*. I have to keep re-selecting my Blender script which I am debugging
every time I step in or step over a line of script. I'm also noticing that
the Eclipse debugger only shows "<module>: <string>" instead of the actual
module and method namse. Its as if the Eclipse debugger can't remember the
file I've selected.
This happens when pydev is not able to map the file found with an existing
file (so, some place may be missing a translation step). Is this in the same
computer or are you running in one computer and debugging in the other?