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Generate Python trace log in HTML

Project description

Disptrace traces Python code execution, generating HTML file to display execused line of codes. The resulting HTML has navigation menu to collapse function calls or hide paticuler modules and functions.

Usage

Create disptrace.Disptrace object as trace module in Python standard library, and invoke target function to be traced as follow:

import disptrace
t = disptrace.DispTrace()
t.runfunc(myfunc)
with open("trace.html", "w") as f:
    f.write(t.render())

DispTrace.render() method generates HTML string of the information.

~/.disptrace file

You can create ~/.disptrace file to specify default value of ignoremods and ignoredirs in ConfigParser style ini file:

[disptrace]
ignorepath=/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/:/usr/lib/python2.6/plat-linux2
ignoremodule=sys, os

ignorepath is a list of directories whose modules or packages should be ignored. Each path should deilmited by os.path.pathsep character (‘:’ in Unixes, ‘;’ in Windows).

ignoremodule list of modules or packages to ignore. Each modules should be delimited by ‘,’ character.

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