Windows 7

Breakpoint not working in 'master' Python file OTRS: 020317340

I just installed 7.1 and am learning Python 3.2 (ActiveState). I created a file called test.py, and this is the contents.

from InitialConfig import *

def main():
try:
aiLog("This is a test.")
aiLog("And another test.")
x = 5
aiLog("Look out!! Another test.")
except Exception as tryError:
aiLog('EXCEPTION', tryError)

main()

The file 'InitialConfig.py' is my library file, and the procedure 'aiLog' is defined in it. When I run test.py the three log messages are written to standard out.

Breakpoint not working in 'master' Python file

I just installed 7.1 and am learning Python 3.2 (ActiveState). I created a file called test.py, and this is the contents.

from InitialConfig import *

def main():
    try:
        aiLog("This is a test.")
        aiLog("And another test.")
        x = 5
        aiLog("Look out!! Another test.")
    except Exception as tryError:
        aiLog('EXCEPTION', tryError)

main()

The file 'InitialConfig.py' is my library file, and the procedure 'aiLog' is defined in it. When I run test.py the three log messages are written to standard out.

"ActivePerl Win32-x64-295342" crashing using "Email::Valid" module

"ActivePerl-5.14.2.1402-MSWin32-x64-295342" crash using "Email::Valid" module... Email::Valid module or some of their depend (Mail::Address, Net::DNS, Net::Domain::TLD, MailTools, TimeDate) are crashing...

Here the Windows 7 x64 raise event:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: perl.exe
Application Version: 5.14.2.1402
Application Timestamp: 4e8f83bc
Fault Module Name: Iphlpapi.DLL
Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.17514
Fault Module Timestamp: 4ce7c6da
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 0000000000008a64
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.1296.17

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I'd configured Komodo Edit 7.1.0 to use pylint.
I created the .pylintrc file to ignore lines >80 chars (max-line-length=180).
It was tested working with:
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