using trace to do 'in place' evaluation of variables
I've been using the trace module for python (as per
and would very much like to have a feature there that I've implemented
for perl already.
Namely, I would like output in the format as described on that page,
but with the ability to have the running window partitioned into 2,
/tmp/file.py:13: yy = 12 | = 12
/tmp/file.py14: xx = yy | = 12
where the window on the left shows the actual source code, and the
right shows how that code eval's (ie: how the scalars resolve based on
their current scope.)
Is this possible given the current trace functionality? I've found it
an *incredible* time saver with my perl code, especially for hard to
find data bugs - to debug I simply look for a pattern which is
associated with a given bug, and then backtrack that pattern to where
it first appeared in my code.
Also, is there a good archive searcher for the python-list archives?
Short of doing a complete download of
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/ and indexing it, I don't
see how I can do a decent pattern search on previous archive entries..
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