Maurício de Paulo
mauricio.dev at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 19:32:09 EST 2009
Ok, working also for windows vista.
Maybe you misconfigured something. If the interpreter has the module loaded
PyDev will load it's API.
2009/12/30 Maurício de Paulo <mauricio.dev at gmail.com>
> Sorry for the wrong information.
> On my ubuntu 9.10 eclipse already found Qt. I think that if it's recognized
> in the PythonPath on PyDev's Preferences it loads the API. Eclipse takes a
> looooong time trying to index the APIs available for a given python
> I'm going to try it on windos vista later.
> Best regards,
> Mauricio de Paulo
> 2009/12/30 Maurício de Paulo <mauricio.dev at gmail.com>
> Indeed. I know that there is some way to make pydev search everything and
>> build autocomplete, but I haven't looked much into it. I don't really use
>> autocomplete... And eclipse is a really demanding IDE. It takes a really
>> well tuned PC to make it worth the processing and memory cost. It's one of
>> the main reasons I looked for better PCs... (sadly)
>> On this post I wrote about how to debug a python plugin running qgis and
>> watching variables and breakpoints from eclipse's pydev.
>> As it's written in portuguese i'm going to explain a bit here.
>> You have to call the pydev daemon from your python script and start the
>> eclipse debug server.
>> Whenever the script is run, it will try to fetch the server and will debug
>> If the server is not on, the script fails.
>> Hope it helps.
>> Mauricio de Paulo
>> 2009/12/30 <luca_manganelli at comune.trento.it>
>> Maurício de Paulo <mauricio.dev at gmail.com> scritti il 30/12/2009 05.08.21
>>> > Hi Luca,
>>> > 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.
>>> > Best regards,
>>> > Mauricio de Paulo
>>> Two issues:
>>> 1) autocompletion is *very* slow on a Pentium IV 2,8 Ghz and 1 GB of RAM
>>> 2) it doesn't find QT classses and methods
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