debug python like set -x
Newbie here. Is there a way to have output from a python program go
to the screen the way it does if I use "set -x" in a shell script?
thanks in advance
Re: debug python like set -x
On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 08:13:01AM -0700, Dave wrote:
> Newbie here. Is there a way to have output from a python program go
> to the screen the way it does if I use "set -x" in a shell script?
Python2.3's trace.py (also in Tools/ in 2.2) has some interesting
functionality along these lines.
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