Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 414961
Breakpoints set in pydev perspective are ignored during debugging
Last modified: 2013-01-09 21:43:41 EST
I set a number of breakpoints in my sources in the pydev perspective. But when
trying to debug they were completely ignored. This was obviously confusing.
However breakpoints I set while in the debug perspective were seen.
Please retry with eclipse-pydev-1.3.12-1.fc8 which has updated the eclipse-pydev
release and contains a number of fixes. The simple test below works for me:
--- simplestModule.py ---
def f(): pass
--- end simplestModule.py ---
--- simpleImport.py ---
import simplestModule as sm
--- end simpleImport.py ---
I set a breakpoint at the sm.f() line in simpleImport.py in the pydev editor. I
debug with simpleImport.py as main module and I get my breakpoint. I am then
able to step into simplestModule.py. I do run into an error after stepping past
the last line into termination, but that is a separate problem.
If you have another scenario that is not working, please provide.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
No response for more then 6 months from the reporter. Pydev is now at version 1.3.24 which has many debugging improvements to the version Jeff asked to test.
Please reopen if there is still problem.