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How to Debug odoo python via PyCharms

Sanjin Šarić
on 5/15/15, 8:48 AM 1,151 views


I installed PyCharms which is on my local Windows OS machine. I have odoo server running on some IP. I configured remote debugging in pycharms and configured the interpeter to be the one on server. This is all easily done with PyCharms online tutorials.

But what do I have to configure on odoo server side? Do I have to change some files, enable debugging or so? Has anybody successfuly used PyCharms to debug odoo remotely?                    

you may get some help from here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10240018/how-to-use-pycharm-to-debug-python-script

Jusab Sida (jsi)
on 5/26/15, 12:59 AM


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there is only 10 kind of people the ones that understand binary ... and others

On 5/25/15, 9:15 AM

Teoreticaly it can be done.. but much easier way is to setup local development environment, debug/write code and deploy code to server...

John Touba
On 5/25/15, 4:09 PM

I use pudb and pdb .

For use it . You must "import pudb" and when you want have your debug console you must use "pudb.set_trace()"


Noel Jesús Rivero
On 5/9/16, 10:05 PM

Guys in order to be able of debug on odoo 8 or later. We have to edit something first on the main __init__.py file. Check this post here by Axel.


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