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Problem with Python 3.4 mixed-mode debugging

Dec 5, 2014 at 9:26 AM
After following the instructions I am able to do mixed mode debugging in Visual Studio 2012 using PTVS 2.1, but only for Python 2.7.8 (64-bit).
I have followed the same instructions to set up mixed-mode debugging for Python 3.4.1 (64-bit), but the debugger exits whenever I try to enter a C++ function (by F11).
I have downloaded and unzipped symbol files for both versions of Python and copied them to subdirectories 'symbols' in the respective Python install directories (C:\PythonXX). To debug with a specific version I then 1) pick the appropriate Python Environment in the Solution Explorer, and 2) select the appropriate symbol file location under Debug->Options and Settings...->Debugging->Symbols.

Any help would be much appreciated.
Dec 5, 2014 at 6:01 PM
If you set a breakpoint in the C++ function that you're trying to enter in advance, does it break on it (i.e. is it just stepping that's broken), or does it also skip it?