epdb
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epdb

Extended Python Debugger

by sassoftware

0.15.1 (see all)License:MIT
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Overview

Adds functionality to the python debugger, including support for remote debugging

Installation

::

pip install epdb

Usage

For debugging code locally, epdb generally works the same as pdb <https://docs.python.org/3/library/pdb.html>_. You can debug a program from the python interpreter::

>>> import epdb
>>> import mymodule
>>> epdb.Epdb().run('mymodule.test()')
*** NameError: name 'execfile' is not defined
> /home/wasche/git/epdb/<string>(1)<module>()
-> """
(Epdb) continue
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<console>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/usr/lib64/python3.5/bdb.py", line 431, in run
    exec(cmd, globals, locals)
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/home/wasche/git/epdb/mymodule.py", line 2, in test
    import spam
ImportError: No module named 'spam'

You can also drop breakpoints at specific places in a program's code by inserting::

import epdb; epdb.set_trace()

or by using the alias st::

import epdb; epbd.st()

To debug code that is either running on a remote system, or in a process that isn't attached to your tty you can use epdb in server mode::

import epdb; epdb.serve()

By default epdb.serve() will start a simple telnet server on port 8080, but you can use the port keyword argument to use a different port::

import epdb; epdb.serve(port=8888)

You can connect to the epdb server by using epdb.connect()::

>>> import epdb
>>> epdb.connect()

By default epdb.connect() will attempt to connect to port 8080 on localhost. If you are debugging a process on another host or port, you can call connect with the host or port keyword arguments::

>>> import epdb
>>> epdb.connect(host='some.host.com', port=8888)

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