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Running python from eclipse/pyeclipse

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I've installed Eclipse 3.0 and the latest pyeclipse. I can get the editor
run - at least I think so, because it seems to do reasonable syntax
highlighting. However, I can't get the Python console window to appear
(Unable to instantiate view: org.python.pyeclipse.views.ConsoleView), nor
can I get python to run to completion. The MSWindows Task Manager shows
that eclipse has successfully started python.exe (at least a process by
that name shows up), but eclipse just shows 0% progress.

Any suggestions, even if they're just on how to debug this?

Thanks,

Gary
Jul 18 '05 #1
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G.A. wrote:
I've installed Eclipse 3.0 and the latest pyeclipse. I can get the editor
run - at least I think so, because it seems to do reasonable syntax
highlighting. However, I can't get the Python console window to appear
(Unable to instantiate view: org.python.pyeclipse.views.ConsoleView), nor
can I get python to run to completion. The MSWindows Task Manager shows
that eclipse has successfully started python.exe (at least a process by
that name shows up), but eclipse just shows 0% progress.

Any suggestions, even if they're just on how to debug this?

Thanks,

Gary


I can't speak for pyeclipse, but the TruStudio plugin with Eclipse 2.1
works like a dream. You can get it from http://www.xored.com/download.php

All you need to do after installation is tell it where your python.exe
file is located and you should be off and running.

Regards,
Andy
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Jul 18 '05 #2

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Does Eclipse give you an environment where you can debug python code?
In article <ma**********************************@python.org >, andy47
@halfcooked.com says...
G.A. wrote:
I've installed Eclipse 3.0 and the latest pyeclipse. I can get the editor
run - at least I think so, because it seems to do reasonable syntax
highlighting. However, I can't get the Python console window to appear
(Unable to instantiate view: org.python.pyeclipse.views.ConsoleView), nor
can I get python to run to completion. The MSWindows Task Manager shows
that eclipse has successfully started python.exe (at least a process by
that name shows up), but eclipse just shows 0% progress.

Any suggestions, even if they're just on how to debug this?

Thanks,

Gary


I can't speak for pyeclipse, but the TruStudio plugin with Eclipse 2.1
works like a dream. You can get it from http://www.xored.com/download.php

All you need to do after installation is tell it where your python.exe
file is located and you should be off and running.

Regards,
Andy

Jul 18 '05 #3

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On Wed, 01 Oct 2003 17:40:46 GMT, SectorUnknown <se***@yahoo.com> wrote:
Does Eclipse give you an environment where you can debug python code?
In article <ma**********************************@python.org >, andy47
@halfcooked.com says...
G.A. wrote:
> I've installed Eclipse 3.0 and the latest pyeclipse. I can get the

editor
> run - at least I think so, because it seems to do reasonable syntax
> highlighting. However, I can't get the Python console window to

appear
> (Unable to instantiate view: org.python.pyeclipse.views.ConsoleView),

nor
> can I get python to run to completion. The MSWindows Task Manager

shows
> that eclipse has successfully started python.exe (at least a process

by
> that name shows up), but eclipse just shows 0% progress.
> > Any suggestions, even if they're just on how to debug this?
> > Thanks,
> > Gary


I can't speak for pyeclipse, but the TruStudio plugin with Eclipse 2.1
works like a dream. You can get it from
http://www.xored.com/download.php

All you need to do after installation is tell it where your python.exe
file is located and you should be off and running.

Regards,
Andy

Not yet (that I know of), but another project is going on here that looks
promising (see the guy's weblog):

http://pydev.sourceforge.net/

There is also a wiki page here - a little outdated...

http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/moinmo...honIntegration

I am learning Eclipse development myself (and Java 8~( ) and hope to be
able to contribute to one of these projects at some point.

--
Markus
Jul 18 '05 #4

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