On Wed, Dec 02, 2009 at 01:36:37PM -0500, Benji York wrote: > Here's another idea: a testrunner option that takes a file name and line > number and inserts a breakpoint at that position. That way you can get > the same effect as editing the code without actually having to do so.
Is that possible? I once spent hours studying pdb docs and found no way to set a breakpoint in advance, without modifying the source file in question, and without having the user to do manual interaction at the beginning. The closest that I can come is import pdb dbg = pdb.Pdb() dbg.set_break(filename, lineno) dbg.runcall(entry_point) but this breaks into the pdb prompt at once, without waiting for the breakpoint to get triggered, and I have to manually 'c' to get unstuck. What am I missing? Marius Gedminas -- http://pov.lt/ -- Zope 3 consulting and development
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