Thanks for your suggestion. I was already thinking about MIT and now it is.
Surely I'm open to incorporate this into pudb. I don't know how easy is to
add some code to the pudb main loop, but it would completely vanish the
need for the fork.
On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 6:13 AM, Andreas Kloeckner <lists(a)informa.tiker.net>
Marcelo Salhab Brogliato <msbrogli(a)gmail.com> writes:
> I don't know if a remote pudb project already exists, but I couldn't find
> it and I developed it a few hours ago. It worked very well in my Ubuntu
> Server 12.04 and I could access a pudb running inside a wsgi process.
> I still need to improve the README.md, create a setup.py, add it to pip,
> and add a licence to the code.
> By the way, what licence do you recommend?
> Any suggestion or pull request is welcome :)
> URL: https://github.com/msbrogli/rpudb
> -- msbrogli
This is way cool! Thanks for writing it. License-wise, I like MIT--no
nonsense, no hidden agenda, no problems with corporate adoption.
Btw, would you be open to incorporating this into pudb itself, say as
pudb.remote(.telnet?) (and/or set_trace_telnet and/or pu.rdb)? I think
I'd like that, but it's obviously up to you to like or dislike that