Debugging a task with Python embedded

Discussion in 'Python' started by Howard Lightstone, Oct 2, 2003.

  1. I know I've seen this elsewhere but I can't seem to find the answer....

    I have Python embedded in a Windows application. I want to debug the non-
    python part of the app without using the debug versions of python22_d.dll
    and the myriad of other _d.pyd's.

    I do have all the _d files (62 at last count!!!) but I didn't put them in
    my delivery package (and don't really want to).

    I'm sure I have seen something like undef'ing DEBUG before the Python.h
    includes but there must be more to it than that since the library files
    contain implicit libraries to link to.

    Am I stuck here?
     
    Howard Lightstone, Oct 2, 2003
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