- The path to the chrome executable is correctly set in the project and globally
Am I doing it wrong? I’m following the directions (http://docs.komodoide.com/manual/debugchrome) and it looks very straightforward, but it doesn’t appear to even be an option.
How are you starting the debugging session and what indicates to you that it has started a Python debugging session?
That’s a good question. Maybe I’m just mistaking the .py files in the debug call stack. It definitely is giving me weird…
Oh I just retried and this time it just casually worked. (Fails to load and compile my google-hosted angular scripts, but that’s a completely different issue!)
What changed? Hmm, it looks like I didn’t have a project loaded at all. When I load my project file back up, it fails to run again. This time it thinks it’s running Node.js, which is what is now selected in Project Preferences: “Debugger listening on [::]:5858”? “SyntaxError: unexpected token <”?
Yup, if I change it to “Perl”, I get “bareword found where operator expected”, a classic perl error.
Ahhh nice digging! That’s a bug unfortunately You’ll have to delete your project file and recreated it and not set that pref.
…Unless you want to get hack on it then you can delete or try setting these prefs to
Thanks, hacking got it working. : ) Much appreciated.
Nice work @tekhedd. Glad I could help.