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Komodo, debugging and multi-threading

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Hello

I have a multi-threaded web spider and it has a problem (probably
several). Is there a way to make the debugger show me what my worker
threads are doing? I can only get it to follow the main thread. I'm using
Komodo Personal (trial).

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Regards
/Thomas

Jul 18 '05 #1
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Thomas Lindgaard <th****@it-snedkeren.BLACK_HOLE.dk> wrote in message news:<pa****************************@it-snedkeren.BLACK_HOLE.dk>...
Hello

I have a multi-threaded web spider and it has a problem (probably
several). Is there a way to make the debugger show me what my worker
threads are doing? I can only get it to follow the main thread. I'm using
Komodo Personal (trial).


No! Komodo, IDE, IDLE all are wrappers for pdb.py, which does not
allow to set a brakpoint in thereads (it allows, but does not stop).
You can try it for yourself (using command line interpreter). The only
way of debugging multithreaded programs - print (or log).
Jul 18 '05 #2

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On Mon, 09 Aug 2004 06:42:59 -0700, Elbert Lev wrote:
The only way of debugging multithreaded programs - print (or log).


Dang! ... but thanks.

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Regards
/Thomas

Jul 18 '05 #3

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