PuDB integration for Django.
PuDB integration for Django <https://github.com/akanouras/django-pudb>
Run pip install django-pudb
In your settings.py:
Add 'django_pudb.PudbMiddleware' at/near the end of your MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES
Set DEBUG_PROPAGATE_EXCEPTIONS = True
Run ./manage.py runserver --nothreading
Now you should see PuDB pop up in your console window whenever a view raises an exception.
This package has zero requirements on purpose, so that you can install it (system|user)-wide, and still get to install Django in your virtualenvs.
As PuDB doesn’t support threading (yet, hopefully), django-pudb doesn’t either.
Just the middleware; zero magic.
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