Aaron Meurer <asmeurer(a)gmail.com> writes:
(to be sure, I didn't test this, so I could be completely wrong)
The saved breakpoints in the file .config/pudb/saved-breakpoints are like
meaning that it will only be hit for that exact file (meaning Python
2.7 in that install location).
Sure, pudb will *see* that breakpoint, but it won't actually break
there, because that file will never be run.
Ok, globally shared breakpoints are fine by me, too. I'm thereby back to
not having a strong opinion on just about anything. :)
Somchai--I'd very much appreciate if you could briefly explain what use
case prompted you to propose the Py2/3 split, so that we can make an