David Rogers <David.Rogers(a)abelsontaylor.com> writes:
Thank you very much for creating PuDB. I don't work in Python
often, but I sometimes need to create small scripts for work.
Your PuDB is just what I was looking for. The ability to debug visually without a large
investment in setting up and learning a specialized development environment.
Glad to hear you're finding pudb useful.
I do have a couple of suggestions:
* At the root level of execution, the Variables window shows the imports. I think an
option to hide these would be great.
Do you mean imported symbols? (i.e. from "from something import *"?) Or
* When you expand a complicated class/variable and scroll down,
can lose track of the parent. It would be useful to have a key that
would scroll the variables and take you back to the parent.
That's a good idea. I'd be happy to take a patch.
* I did (after a time) figure out how to get back from the
window to the source code. But I think it would be nice to have an
instant key for the source window like V,S,and B work for those
windows. Maybe C for Code?
Implemented in git, but no bar with an underscore "C" to retain good use
of vertical space. (but the key is shown in the help window)