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Friendlier tracebacks in any language.

Project description

friendly-traceback

Aimed at Python beginners: replacing standard traceback by something easier to understand, translatable into various languages.

Example

Installation

pip install friendly-traceback

Documentation

Full documentation available here

Example

Contribute

See the documentation. Note that Friendly-traceback uses Black. Black logo

Some of the ideas were adopted from DidYouMean-Python (aka BetterErrorMessages) by Sylvain Desodt, a project that is also using the MIT license.

Code of Conduct

We support the Python Community Code of Conduct. Contributors to this project, including those filing or commenting on an issue, are expected to do the same.

JetBrains support

We graciously acknowledge the support of JetBrains which enables us to use the professional version of PyCharm for developing Friendly-traceback.

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