[PyKDE] Eric3: Usability and debugging questions
patrickkidd at gci.net
Fri Jul 15 19:05:26 BST 2005
more specifically, changing the line number font will change that.
the height of the line is determined by the largest of the two fonts.
On Jul 14, 2005, at 11:41 PM, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> 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
>> 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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