When debugging this file certain break points in pydev work like line 303.
Other are completely missed like line 214 and 215.
I really would like to use this for debugging.
file to execute
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Wanted to include more info this is for python2.5 on windows using eclipse 188.8.131.52.
Please let me know if you would like some more info. I'll update with more info tonight.
C:\Documents and Settings\smorin\workspace
pydev extension 1.3.10
"C:\Documents and Settings\smorin\Desktop\eclipse\eclipse.exe"
PYTHONPATH in pydev
Strange (it does work for me in python 2.5...)
Can you change org.python.pydev.debug/pysrc/pydevd_comm.py and change:
pydevd_trace = 5
pydevd_trace_breakpoints = 5
and attach the output to this bug?
Sure will do that tonight
Leaving on pending state until more info is provided...
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Changed logging pydevd_trace variables as requested.
When running script in debugger pop up opens up.
Error setting breakpoints
Error logged from Pydev Debug:
This should never happen... if it is a file, it always has a dot, so, this should not happen...
Executing file C:\Documents and Settings\smorin\workspace\javaclassfind\bin\jcfind
arguments:['C:\\Documents and Settings\\smorin\\workspace\\javaclassfind\\bin\\jcfind']
Connecting to localhost:10321
received command 501 1 1.0
sending cmd 501 1 1.0
sending cmd 103 2 <xml><thread name="pydevd.reader" id="-1"/></xml>
sending cmd 103 4 <xml><thread name="pydevd.writer" id="-1"/></xml>
received command 111 3 C:\Documents and Settings\smorin\workspace\javaclassfind\bin\jcfind 220 None
Added breakpoint:c:\documents and settings\smorin\workspace\javaclassfind\bin\jcfind - line:220 - func_name:
received command 101 5
Usage: jcfind [OPTION]... PATTERN[@DIRECTORY]
Finds files(matching PATTERN) located in jars starting at DIRECTORY(the current directory by default).
Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.
-h, --help=command print this help, then exit OR print help on COMMAND
--v show more output
--vv show even more output
--vvv show most output
--author print the authors of this file, then exit
--version version of this program, then exit
-m, --match-only show only jars that contain a match
Humm, I think the debugger does not work with files without extensions... if you make it a .py file, does it work? (I hadn't noticed that it didn't have a .py)
But this is a command I run from the command line.
No one wants to type jcfind.py how can I get it to recognize jcfind as a file even though it doesn't have a dot?
Also is this something in the pydev python code or part of the java code. Because I would like to contribute to write a fix for this. I have started looking in the python code but don't see it there. If you can point me in the right direction I would like to fix this for you.
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