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Wraps python invocations in code to do post-mortem debugging and sundry usefulnesses.

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Wraps python invocations in code to do post-mortem debugging and sundry usefulnesses.

coroner was adapted from a stackoverflow.com response by synthesizerpatel.

Usage

coroner is meant to be used as a command line module, invoked with code like:

python -m coroner some_sketchy_module.py

When the sketchy script invariably throws an exception, coroner will initiate a pdb.pm post-mortem debugging session.

You can also use it in the other ways that python can be used on the command line, e.g. with -c or -.

Bugs

That’s all, folks. I might add more sometime soon.

Oh yeah, it doesn’t do recursive module invocation yet.

Also I haven’t really tested it, just tried it with -c a couple of times.

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