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problem---debug cura

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when I debug setup.py in Cura folder using following command in Windows Console

python -m pdb setup.py ,I got some erro,and I don't known how to solve it!

-> import sys

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(3)<module>()

-> import os

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(5)<module>()

-> if sys.platform.startswith('darwin'):

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(71)<module>()

-> import zipfile

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(72)<module>()

-> try:

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(73)<module>()

-> import cx_Freeze

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(78)<module>()

-> freezeVersion = map(int, cx_Freeze.version.split('.'))

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(79)<module>()

-> if freezeVersion[0] < 4 or freezeVersion[0] == 4 and freezeVersion[1] < 2:

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(83)<module>()

-> sys.path.append(os.path.abspath('cura_sf'))

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(86)<module>()

-> build_exe_options = {

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(87)<module>()

-> "silent": True,

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(89)<module>()

-> 'encodings.utf_8',

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(90)<module>()

-> "OpenGL", "OpenGL.arrays", "OpenGL.platform", "OpenGL.GLU",

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(92)<module>()

-> 'Tkinter', 'tcl', 'cura_sf', 'fabmetheus_utilities', 'skeinforge_application'

, 'numpy',

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(94)<module>()

-> ('images', 'images'),

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(95)<module>()

-> ], "build_exe": 'freeze_build'}

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(99)<module>()

-> base = None

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(100)<module>()

-> if sys.platform == "win32":

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(101)<module>()

-> base = "Win32GUI"

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(103)<module>()

-> cx_Freeze.setup( name = "Cura",

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(104)<module>()

-> version = "RC5",

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(105)<module>()

-> description = "Cura",

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(106)<module>()

-> options = {"build_exe": build_exe_options},

(Pdb)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(107)<module>()

-> executables = [cx_Freeze.Executable("cura.py", base=base)])

(Pdb)

SystemExit: SystemEx...pplied',)

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(107)<module>()

-> executables = [cx_Freeze.Executable("cura.py", base=base)])

(Pdb)

--Return--

> d:\codes\3dprinter\host\cura\setup.py(107)<module>()->None

-> executables = [cx_Freeze.Executable("cura.py", base=base)])

why SytemExit

 

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That's to generate a release package, it also requires nsis installed, and will generate an installer in the base directory. Else it will only generate a zip file I think, or just a directory with the final package in it.

 

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Hi,

I'm bumping up this thread because I'm using PyCharm and I've tried to set up a debug configuration for my virtualenv ... but it doesn't work.

By defining pythonw as the interpreter, here's what I get in the PyCharm debugger console:

 


/Users/me/.virtualenvs/Cura/bin/pythonw -m Cura.cura /Applications/PyCharm.app/helpers/pydev/pydevd.py --multiproc --client 127.0.0.1 --port 57621 --file /Users/me/projects/Cura/cura.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'real_prefix'
/Users/me/.virtualenvs/Cura/bin/pythonw: line 5: /bin/python: No such file or directory
/Users/me/.virtualenvs/Cura/bin/pythonw: line 5: exec: /bin/python: cannot execute: No such file or directory
Process finished with exit code 126

By defining python from the virtualenv, Cura won't start because it doesn't recognize any attached screen.

How can I specify the right interpreter in order to debug Cura with pythonw?

See attached Run/Debug configuration.

I'm on OS X 10.8.5

Schermata%202014-12-01%20alle%2021.07.20.png

 

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