It seems I've been using pudb for toy problems only.
Now, I do need it for a bigger program.
I start it with
python3 -mpudb FileA.py
In FileA.py there is an import FileB where FileB.py is in the working
If I s(tep) into a function defined in FileB.py I get
<no source code
If this is generated code and you would like the source code to show
up he BPath: '.'
simply set the attribute _MODULE_SOURCE_CODE in the module in which
this f Check: 0
was compiled to a string containing the code.
If I enter 'm' the module is shown and if I enter it's name the source
module is shown, as well.
But 's' just produces the error message again (without showing the
source and location
where the debugger has stopped).
What am I missing?
Many thanks for a hint,
P.S. I'm using Python 3.3.4 and pudb-2014.1
"pierre.c" <pierre.c(a)zoho.com> writes:
> I just install your software Pudb.
> I like it very much, but when I want to use Ctrl+X; the screen become unstable on my debian?
> is there any things i can do?
Please use the list (cc'd) for requests like this. In addition, it would
help if you could explain what you mean by 'screen' and 'unstable'.