I get the following error when I attempt to expand a variable when I hit a breakpoint. I'm running Eclipse 3.1 on Linux.
Error: Error resolving variables Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/app/eclipse-3.1/plugins/org.python.pydev.debug_0.9.8.3/pysrc/pydevd.py", line 370, in doIt
valDict = pydevd_vars.resolveCompoundVariable(self.thread, self.frame_id, self.scope, self.attributes)
File "/opt/app/eclipse-3.1/plugins/org.python.pydev.debug_0.9.8.3/pysrc/pydevd_vars.py", line 136, in resolveCompoundVariable
frame = findFrame(thread, frame_id)
File "/opt/app/eclipse-3.1/plugins/org.python.pydev.debug_0.9.8.3/pysrc/pydevd_vars.py", line 131, in findFrame
if curFrame == None : raise VariableError("findFrame: frame not found")
VariableError: findFrame: frame not found
This used to work fine but I lost my plugins an don't remember which version I had installed. I've tried several 0.9 version, 1.x seem to have other problems because I'm on eclipse 3.1. Any ideas?
What is the latest version that supports 3.1?
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