[Pudb] pudb for python debugging
fabrizio.tappero at gmail.com
Wed Feb 16 05:37:22 PST 2011
absolutely fantastic !
I work to some software-defined radio stuff in my work and python is
the immediate programming language. I will try to promote the very
good ipython + pudb combination among my colleagues.
On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 4:32 AM, Andreas Kloeckner
<lists at informa.tiker.net> wrote:
> Hi Fabrizio,
> On Thu, 9 Dec 2010 17:35:03 +0100, Fabrizio Tappero <fabrizio.tappero at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am just dropping a like to say thank you for making the great pudb tool. I
>> am having some minor display issue in OS X because of apparently my terminal
>> seems to be semi transparent but I think I will fix it.
> Glad you're finding PuDB useful.
>> I really hope pudb will allow more and more people to use python instead of
>> costly tools like Matlab. I work with a small team of engineering doing SDR
>> stuff and pudb allows me to attract my co-workers to use python more and
>> more. In fact I am hoping to soon use ipython and pudb for some
>> presentations of our software.
>> Since I find ipython to be a really good tool, I was wondering if you could
>> spend few lines on your website to explain how to use both together. I am
>> having some problems in pausing the execution of a python script (using a
>> pudb breakpoint for instance) and go to a ipython prompt to type stuff like
>> "whos" or plot(something). I believe this kind feature is the best thing
>> about Matlab.
> Does this here fit the bill?
>> A tight integration between the two (ipython and pudb) and the ability to
>> add to pudb a ipython prompt () would be a really great improvement. In fact
>> I think that what pudb is still missing is a prompt where to manipulate
>> variables, etc. once the execution of a script is paused.
>> One more thing, Not sure if interesting to you but I personally have change
>> the top of the pudb window with something like this:
>> "PuDB 0.92.15 - ?:help, n:next, s:step into, b:tgl break point, o:console,
>> t:run to cursor, !:python shell"
> I've taken that suggestion for PuDB 0.93, which I've just released.
> 0.93 also has the ability to save settings (no more pesky IPython
> prompt!), select themes, and turn line numbers on and off.
> Relatedly, I've created a mailing list for pudb, here:
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