[IPython-user] Colorizing lines in debuggers and post-mortem
Thu Mar 22 01:59:36 CDT 2007
I've been out of town the last week or so and will be out another week
I'll look at this when I get back and have a chance. A guess is that
leading indentation should be respected. When you don't have total
context of the program one can't make assumptions about what the
indentation should be. But it's just a guess, without having looked at
the code (and not having the time to do so right now).
Fernando Perez writes:
> On 3/18/07, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Please beat on this a little if you can, in case I missed something.
> > The functionality is very nice :)
> Rocky, it would be great if you could have a look at this. I just
> found your code has a problem. This is one particular frame in some
> of my code, from an actual traceback:
> /home/fperez/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/mwadap/Operator2.py in
> _apply_boundary_2d(self, core, bound, in_coefs, row_key, idx)
> 3077 boundary = self.zero_block()
> 3078 for m in idx:
> -> 3079 core_m = core[m]
> 3080 boun_m = bound[m]
> 3081 c_r0 = core_m[r0]
> As you can see, the code below the for loop is mis-indented. The
> left-most whitespace got swallowed away.
> If you have a chance to fix this, please send a patch my way and I'll
> put it in right away. I /really/ like this new, fully highlighted
> traceback/debugger, but we need to fix this particular problem. I
> won't be able to look into it for several days, so it would be great
> if you can have a go at it.
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