[PyQt] How to speed up "single stepping"?

Daniel O'Connor darius at dons.net.au
Mon Oct 19 11:24:25 BST 2009

On Mon, 19 Oct 2009, OldGrantonia wrote:
> It would be great if I could find a tool that would allow me to start
> at a specified line of code, and then "Step in" 1,000 times, or "Step
> over" 1,000 times, and write the 1,000 lines of code to a file. I can
> then examine the output file to see where I could have inserted a
> breakpoint.
> Does anyone know if such a tool is available?

I don't, although gdb can step through N lines if you add a number to it 
(eg step 5).

I tend to find useful breakpoints by code inspection (based on the bug 
you're trying to find).

Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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