Debug Pylons application through eclipse

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I have Eclipse setup with PyDev and it is very easy to debug my scripts/apps. I've just started playing around with Pylons. Can anyone tell if there is a way to start up the paster server through Eclipse so that I can debug my webapp?
Feb 27 in Python by ana1504.k
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First you can create a new launch configuration 

Main tab

Use paster-script.py as main module 

Don't forget to add the root folder of your application in the PYTHONPATH zone

Arguments Set the base directory to the root folder also.

As Program Arguments use "serve development.ini" (or whatever you use to debug your app")

Common Tab

Check allocate console and launch in background

answered Feb 27 by SDeb
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