Use this page to configure behavior of the Debugger and customize its view.
|Focus application on breakpoint||If this check box is selected, on hitting a breakpoint, PyCharm Edu will show the location of this breakpoint in the editor and will attempt to bring its frame to the front.|
|Show debug window on breakpoint||Is this check box is selected, PyCharm Edu activates the Debug Tool Window on hitting a breakpoint.|
|Hide debug window on process termination||Automatically hide the Debug window when the debugged program terminates.|
|Scroll execution point to center||If this check box is selected, the line with the current execution point will be kept in the middle of the screen.|
|Port||Use this spin box to specify the port on which the built-in web server runs. By default this port is set to the default PyCharm Edu port |
|Can accept external connections|| If this check box is selected, then the files on the built-in server running on the specified port are accessible from another computer. |
If this check box is cleared (by default), then the debugger listens only to local connections.
|Allow unsigned requests|| For security reasons, any request to a page on the built-in server from outside PyCharm Edu is by default rejected and the following authorization pop-up window is displayed: To access the requested page, click Copy authorization URL to clipboard and paste the generated token in the address bar of the browser. |
However this behaviour may be annoying, for example, it may block your debugging session if manual intervention is impossible. To suppress displaying the authorization pop-up window, select the Allow unsigned requests check box.
|Sort values alphabetically||Select this option to sort the values in the Variables pane of the Debug Tool Window.|
|Enable auto expressions in Variables view|| |
The debugger analyzes the context near the breakpoint (the current statement, one statement before, and one after). It does so to find various expressions in the source code (if available) such as, for example,
If such expressions don't contain explicit method invocations, the debugger evaluates them and shows the corresponding values in the Variables view.