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How do I build python with debug info? (and python module load questions)
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I want to step into PyImport_ImportModule("my_foo") that's failing
despite the
being in the current directory. (PyRun_SimpleFileEx works on the exact
same file).
How would I run configure to build libpython with -g?

I wonder if I should just keep using PyRun_SimpleFileEx.

I want to be able to call arbitrary functions in the imported
using PyRun_SimpleString("import my_foo\")
after the file is loaded.

There is no '' in sys.path, I assume that should not affect
to look in the current directory first. Does it?

Thank you!

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