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Django debug extension

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The Everbug is a lightweight Django middleware for Chrome extension with easy install. One of the advantages: the response body of target page remains clean and unchanged.

Special summary: * Database queries with explains (Multiple database support) * Context variables * Profiles functions (cProfile through decorator) * Support ajax requests


For Django:

Run "pip install everbug".
Add "everbug" to your INSTALLED_APPS in
Append "everbug.middleware.Tracer" to MIDDLEWARE or MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES in

For Chrome: _chrome_ext_ For Firefox: _firefox_ext_


“Context” works for any view which has a “context_data”. “Queries” works as-is for all databases in “DATABASES” section. “Profile” works through decorator (based on builtin cProfile). By default, profile output is truncated to 20 lines.

Example usage:

from everbug.shortcuts import profile

def sample_method():
    // some code here ...

Call @profile with argument for full view, for example:

def sample_method():
    // some code here ...

Running the tests

docker-compose  up -d
docker exec -it everbug tox


Python >= 3.5
Django >= 1.11


This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details

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