Windows build/debugging change for 2.3?

Discussion in 'Python' started by David Abrahams, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. Around the time I upgraded to Python 2.3 (can't be absolutely certain,
    though) I started to notice that debugging extension modules with VS
    2003 became more painful. In particular, now, even if I stop
    debugging, I can't rebuild the extension module unless I explicitly
    quit VS. The complaint is that "the file is in use by some other
    process". Is this a change in the Python build, or something I am
    doing wrong, or something else?

    TIA,
    Dave

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    David Abrahams, Jul 22, 2004
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  2. David Abrahams

    Neil Hodgson Guest

    David Abrahams:

    > Around the time I upgraded to Python 2.3 (can't be absolutely certain,
    > though) I started to notice that debugging extension modules with VS
    > 2003 became more painful. In particular, now, even if I stop
    > debugging, I can't rebuild the extension module unless I explicitly
    > quit VS. The complaint is that "the file is in use by some other
    > process". Is this a change in the Python build, or something I am
    > doing wrong, or something else?


    I have seen a lot more of these since upgrading to VS .NET 2003 from VS
    ..NET 2002 even when working with non-Python projects. The DevPartner
    Profiler has looked to be the culprit mostly which is understandable as it
    is manipulating files in common with VS .NET but sometimes I see the message
    even when DevPartner shouldn't be doing anything. They have mostly been
    momentary locks although there have been occasional process and machine
    restarts required.

    Neil
     
    Neil Hodgson, Jul 23, 2004
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