PythonWin debugging

Discussion in 'Python' started by Stefan Quandt, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. I installed a recent win32all including PythonWin IDE on a PC with
    W2K.

    I want to debug a program (say Test.py) which calls into another
    module (say TestModule.py).
    In the debugger if I step into a function defined in TestModule.py
    there is no highlighting of the currently debugged sourde code line.
    Even if I load TestModule.py in advance.

    This only happens if there are upper case letters in the module name.
    So renaming the module to "testmodule.py" would do it.

    But of course I don't want to rename all my modules.
    Does anyone know a better workaround?
     
    Stefan Quandt, Jul 6, 2004
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