Cannot debug Python after moving

Debugging broke after moving

I’m new to Python so maybe this is a simple mistake. I attempted to organize my source code into modules as shown in the attached screenshot.

After changing the hidden .replit file, I could get the app running from the new location, but debugging is still broken. It warns me that frozen modules are being used. I’m not sure where I would pass the -Xfrozen_modules=off flag, or even if that is what I should be doing.

Hey @goldenjoe!

Try poetry remove assistant (since that package shouldn’t be there), and then add disableGuessImports = true to the top of your .replit file.


Thanks for the suggestion, Fire.

Maybe I’m misunderstanding your instruction regarding assistant? Here’s the pyproject and new debugger output.

Seems like the rest of that is just info/warnings? Not sure if I can help much here, as all the config looks fine…

Actually wait, isn’t config a local folder for you? Try removing the packages you don’t need/recognize, as multiple seem bugged.


…wait, that’s a good catch. I didn’t add those libraries. I didn’t even notice it until you just said that. Wonder how that happened. Clearing them and a quick addition to the top of got me back on track. Thanks very much for the help.

import sys
import os
current_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
parent_dir = os.path.dirname(current_dir)

That would be the package auto-guesser that I had you disable two posts up, when I saw the first incorrect package.

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