If I follow these steps things work:
1. Create a New Project that is populated via right-clicking the Project name and selecting, "Add\Existing File" (then selecting an existing file).
2. Save Project
3. Project Menu\New from Template\Create Template from Project
4. Close Project
5. Project Menu\New from Template\ (Select Template created in Step 3).
I will then see the new Project created and populated with the file that was added.
I've just been "given" a new PC at work, with:
- Windows 7 Pro 64-bit, with Service Pack 1
- Komodo IDE 7.0.1, build 69775, platform win32-x86
- Python 2.4.1
When I attempt to run a simple debug script in the Komodo Debugger, with F5, I get the following in the Komodo output window:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Program Files (x86)\ActiveState Komodo IDE 7\lib\support\dbgp\bin\pydbgp.py", line 102, in ?
File "C:\Program Files (x86)\ActiveState Komodo IDE 7\lib\support\dbgp\pythonlib\dbgp\client.py", line 693
I am testing the waters with komodo ide after a friend recommended it to me. At the same time I am also checking out Injellij's Idea. I really like both editors and both have features I like. For the most part I can easily see its more taste between the two. But Idea seems to run a little smoother on something (phpdoc autocompletion, auto formatting, and a few other things). But I like the fact that komodo is based on pythong and seems much easier to extend with macros using python or JS, as opposed to having to use Java for Idea.
I'm using Windows 7 64bit with WAMP 2.2 and have Komodo 7 installed.
The debug works great with a simple PHP script and no problems. When I attempt to debug a module in Drupal 7 - you can see the refresh in Komodo but doesn't stop at any breakpoints (it does say "debugger is running then debugging has stopped and finally debugging session has ended)
Here are my settings in php.ini:
zend_extension = "c:/wamp/bin/php/php5.3.10/zend_ext/php_xdebug-2.1.4-5.3-vc9-x86_64.dll"
xdebug.remote_enable = on
xdebug.profiler_enable = off
xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger = off
I am testing Komodo 7 right now and am really liking it. I like the ability to sync all my setting using the sync feature. Which seems to sync everything i need when going from my desktop (Windows 7) to my laptop (Ubuntu 11.10).
While I wrote the first line of PHP code by using komodo edit in 2007,I made komodo edit as my only text editor.
Several years passwd,I update it from 4.0 to 7.02,but to my surprised,it does not support high light yaml.But when I develop symfony project,yaml is needed.
Why komodo edit gives yaml up?
Best wishes to komodo team,thank you for providing the best tool,komodo edit,to us!
Now It's time to learn Python.
I have Installed Active Python and can launch the interpreter.
but it isn't in my system path... have to type the full directory path :(
I have followed the instructions in Komodo/help/Configuring Python:
Use this Interpreter: C:\Python32\python.exe
Additional Python Import Directories: I only have what installs with Active Python. not sure if I need to do anything ?
So the implication is that Komodo uses the python interpreter, but I can't seem to figure out how.
Just started learning perl.. installed activeperl fine, trying to run my first file
perl> perl -w hello.pl
perl> perl hello.pl
access is denied.
I am running from the cmd prompt.. c:\>
I have copied the file to the bin, and to the root of the activeperl folder.
I am setup as administrator on the local machine, and the file has permissions set to allow full control.
any pointers appreciated.
Looking at the log file in Komodo, I see this output whenever I start to debug a Node app:
[2012-03-28 14:11:08,503] [ERROR] dbgp.xpcom: unable to set maxData
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\dev\ActiveState Komodo IDE 7\lib\mozilla\components\koDBGP.py", line 341, in set_maxData
dbgp.server._session.featureSet(self, 'max_data', val)
File "C:\dev\ActiveState Komodo IDE 7\lib\mozilla\python\komodo\dbgp\server.py", line 1121, in featureSet
raise DBGPError('Unable to set feature %s' % name)
koDBGPError: Unable to set feature max_data
TypeError: views.document is undefined
When I click the OK button, another instance of the dialog appears. OK'ing that makes it go away and the file appears to save correctly. What is this all about? The
I'm using Komodo IDE 7.0.2 under Windows 7 64 bit.