Maurício de Paulo
mauricio.dev at gmail.com
Tue Dec 29 23:08:21 EST 2009
I've found out how to debug plugins running qgis. I'm going to report it on
my blog in a few days. I'll try to be as clear as possible with pictures as
i'm going to write in portuguese.
Mauricio de Paulo
2009/12/28 Maurício de Paulo <mauricio.dev at gmail.com>
> Well, I still am not able to run qgis from inside pydev. I think that it's
> possible, but I still don't know how. Maybe pointing the qgis binary as
> executable to run...
> As far as I'm testing, I've wrote qgis applications to test my plugins.
> Just like a new qgis python application.
> It's a workaround, but as soon as I hear something about debuging with qgis
> binaries I will report.
> Mauricio de Paulo
> On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 6:24 AM, <luca_manganelli at comune.trento.it> wrote:
>> qgis-developer-bounces at lists.osgeo.org scritti il 27/12/2009 05.52.03
>> > I've posted a tutorial about how to use Eclipse's PyDev to debug
>> > python scripts using Qt4 and QGIS.
>> > I'm sorry if it's in portuguese, but my blog's main audience is my
>> > brazilian friends.
>> > http://mauriciodepaulo.blogspot.com/2009/12/e-viva-o-pydev.html
>> > Anyway, the screenshots says everything one needs to configure it so
>> > that eclipse uses osgeo4w python and imports qgis and pyqt4.
>> > I hope it helps.
>> Very interesting! But, when I have set those options, how can I run QGIS
>> and debug plugins from inside eclipse?
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