Remote debugging of multi threaded Python Applications

How can I do remote debugging of a multi threaded Python application, running on an Embedded Linux based system, from Windows XP or Vista?

So far I have only come across PyScripter based remote debugging. How does it perform?


Asked by: Vivian231 | Posted: 06-10-2021






Answer 1

I've never used it except a few quick trial runs, but winpdb sounds like it does just what you want:

Winpdb is a platform independent GPL Python debugger with support for multiple threads, namespace modification, embedded debugging, encrypted communication and is up to 20 times faster than pdb.

Answered by: Marcus262 | Posted: 07-11-2021



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