First of all, thanks alot for making pydev, it is really nice.
I'd like to point out that I'm a newbie to eclipse, so my problems could be related to this.
I have one small problem. When debugging, I can put out breakpoints in my code by double-clicking in the gutter to the left of the edit area. However, when I'm visiting a .java-file in java-mode I can also put in a breakpoint by visiting menu Run -> Toggle line breakpoint (bound to Ctrl + Shift + b) by default. This alternative is greyed out in the Run-menu when I enter a python-file, which also means that there is no short-cut key bound to set breakpoint.
Is there a reason for this, is it a bug or am I simply missing something?
This is actually a feature request... pydev does not support this at this time.
However, if you want to use your keyboard to set it, you can use Ctrl+F10 and it will show options for adding/removing a breakpoint.
Ah, so there is a keyboard shortcut. Great, thanks!
Is this a standard eclipse shortcut? Otherwise, maybe this could be mentioned in the FAQ section on keyboard shortcuts.
Yes, that's a standard eclipse shortcut.
Anyway, I will add it to the FAQ.
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