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I'm trying to debug a fairly simple python application. So I'm setting breakpoints and looking at variables, the usual stuff you do with any IDE and language.
But for some reason that I dont' understand, my old breakpoints are still active, so my code is stopping at them every time through. How do I unset them? There is no indication in the source code window that it had a breakpoint, but every "debug" cycle, it stops.
In Netbeans, there was a "window -> debugger -> breakpoint" command that would show all breakpoints, and you could clear one or all. Is there an equivalent in Eclipse/PyDev?