On Thu, 9 Dec 2010 17:35:03 +0100, Fabrizio Tappero <fabrizio.tappero(a)gmail.com>
I am just dropping a like to say thank you for making the great pudb
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
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
Does this here fit the bill?
A tight integration between the two (ipython and pudb) and the
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: