[PyKDE] Eric3: Usability and debugging questions
suleyman_karabuk at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 15 14:45:55 BST 2005
Thanks for the response.
The debugger indeed proceeds with continue to the next
breakpoint. I now realize that I had a breakpoint at
the same line so that is why I thought it did not
However, I was not successfull reducing the vertical
space between lines. I tried several fonts and there
is a similar amount of vertical space. I use B&H
Lucida Typewriter 10 points. I would appreciate any
suggestions for me to try.
--- Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 09:41:12 +0200
> From: Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de>
> To: pykde at mats.imk.fraunhofer.de
> Subject: Re: [PyKDE] Eric3: Usability and debugging
> On 14.Jul 2005 - 21:13:36, Suleyman Karabuk wrote:
> > 1) The height of lines in the text editor is
> unusually long compared
> > to the IDEs I have used so far. That is, there is
> an uncomfortable
> > amount of horizontal space between lines of my
> source code. This
> > results in less amount of text fitting on the same
> monitor space. I
> > searched for an option that could fix it like mad
> to no success.
> This happened here too, and IIRC changing the font
> for the editor solved
> > 2) The debugger goes through list comprehensions
> and sum()s no matter
> > what I do. Continue, step out, nothing works. I
> have to step through
> > all the elements of the list comprehension or the
> iterations of the
> > sum(). That practically means I cannot debug most
> of my programs.
> What keeps you from putting a breakpoint just after
> the sum() call or
> the list comprehension and pushing F6 (for Go on - I
> don't have an
> english version here...)?
> Your business will go through a period of
> considerable expansion.
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