Re: Debugging a Python Program that Hangs
- From: "Stef Mientki" <stef.mientki@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2008 16:52:31 +0100
check winpdb / rpdb2,
On 12/3/08, alex23 <wuwei23@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Dec 3, 2:19 am, Kevin D. Smith <Kevin.Sm...@xxxxxxx> wrote:.
I have a fairly large python program that, when a certain combination
of options is used, hangs. I have no idea where it is hanging, so
simply putting in print statements to locate the spot would be quite
difficult. Unfortunately, ctrl-C'ing the program doesn't print a
traceback either. Looking through the python debugger documentation, I
don't see how to run a python program and interactively stopping it
while it is running. Is there a way to stop within a running python
program to see where it is getting hung up?
Hey Kevin, long time fan of your films! (I bet you get that a lot...)
The trace module might help you identify where it's getting caught up:
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