HOW TO DEBUG PYTHON EXTENSIONS ON WINDOWS WITH OPEN SOURCE TOOLS

Category: Python - Miscellaneous

I've decided to sum up my recent experiences on this issue in a short HOWTO
document. There are still things that are unclear to me, like how to set
breakpoints. If something doesn't work or is unclear, please point it out. Date: 05 February, 2012


Debugging

Homepage: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/82826-how-to-debug-python-extensions-on-windows-with-ope/?in=lang-python

Developer: Chui Tey

License: Python License

Operating System: Windows

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