[IPython-dev] [patch] IPython.set_trace() implemented
Tue Jun 23 00:52:06 CDT 2009
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 11:32 PM, Gökhan SEVER<email@example.com> wrote:
>> I don't exactly understand what is wrong with your session? It seems
>> to me it does exactly what I want --- it starts an ipython session
>> inplace and allows you to easily manipulate your namespace. As to
>> exiting, this works for me flawlessly:
>> $ python
>> >>> a = 43
>> >>> import IPython
>> >>> IPython.set_trace()
>> Python 2.6.2 (release26-maint, Apr 19 2009, 01:58:18)
>> Type "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>> IPython 0.10.bzr.r1163 -- An enhanced Interactive Python.
>> ? -> Introduction and overview of IPython's features.
>> %quickref -> Quick reference.
>> help -> Python's own help system.
>> object? -> Details about 'object'. ?object also works, ?? prints more.
>> In : a
>> Out: 43
>> In :
> Could you do a whos when you are in the IPython? It says to me the
> interactive namespace is empty, which is not right in this case. Later, when
Right, it's empty in my case too. But otherwise things work.
> you are out of the IP try up arrow keys, whether you are moving through your
> existing IPython shell or Python. Mine acts as if I were still in IPython...
Right, the up/down arrows cycle through the commands that were in
ipython. It seems that ipython somehow rewrote the python's history.
But you are *not* running in ipython after exiting it.
>> Which python version and which system are you using? I am on ubuntu
>> jaunty, the latest ipython and the default python2.6.
> Python 2.5.2 (r252:60911, Sep 30 2008, 15:41:38)
> IPython 0.10.bzr.r1174 (pulled latest trunk just a few days ago)
> Linux ccn 18.104.22.168-170.2.35.fc10.i686.PAE (Fedora 10)
>> > Other than these complaints, a very nice addition indeed :)
>> Thanks. :)
>> > Could you please tell whether IPython instantiation could be expanded to
>> > a
>> > pylab enabled session? (A previously asked question, but just
>> > wondering...)
>> Right --- I don't know. As I said, try to see how the --pylab command
>> is passed to ipython and then trigger it in the code.
> Still trying to figure this out. I wish I knew how to easily debug python
> scripts. Is there a way to setup on a specific line? I am so used to use
> this method while coding for small microprocessors. There should definetely
> be more advanced feature for Python.
You can use "pdb", or winpdb. There are lots of other options too, see
this thread on the sage-devel:
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