Hi Timothy,

Well, I haven't gotten zope myself, so, I think I should get it to see how it works, but I don't know when I'll be able to get it so that I can help you further... I've passed another message (regarding turbogears) in the forum, where I give some tips on how to check the debugger... ( https://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=3761753) so, if you have time and can check it yourself, it would be great (I can give you tips on things you want to know about), or you can wait for me, but I don't know when I'll be able to get zope to try it myself...



On 5/26/06, Timothy Reaves <treaves@silverfieldstech.com> wrote:
        O.K., I believe I have everything configured properly.  I have my
Eclipse workspace added to my zope.conf file as a Products entry, and
this works, as I could then install into Plone.  I can run, and
interact with the code.  When an error or warning happens, I can
click that line and the file opens.  All well and good.  But I can't
seem to debug.

        I have created a Zope Run instance (as per the Plone site).  I run
this in debug mode.  I set a breakpoint (or several).  When that code
gets executed, no breakpoint is hit.

        After starting is debug mode, is there anything that needs to be
done to connect to the python engine?  Is just setting a breakpoint
sufficient?  Has anyone else debugged Zope or Plone products under


All the advantages of Linux Managed Hosting--Without the Cost and Risk!
Fully trained technicians. The highest number of Red Hat certifications in
the hosting industry. Fanatical Support. Click to learn more
pydev-code mailing list