ipdbugger is a code debugging tool based on ipdb.
Use the debug decorator on functions or classes to debug them. What actually happens: it surrounds each statement of the functions with a try-except, and starts an ipdb session in the exception handling section.
$ pip install ipdbugger
from ipdbugger import debug @debug def f(): foo = 1 + 1 bar = 1 / 0 baz = 2 + 2
Now when you run f(), you’ll get into an ipdb shell right after the error (the division by zero):
>>> from ipdbugger import debug >>> @debug def f(): foo = 1 + 1 bar = 1 / 0 baz = 2 + 2 >>> f() Traceback (most recent call last): File "<ipython-input-2-5720bb02ab1d>", line 4, in f bar = 1 / 0 ZeroDivisionError: integer division or modulo by zero > <ipython-input-2-5720bb02ab1d>(5)f() 2 def f(): 3 foo = 1 + 1 4 bar = 1 / 0 ----> 5 baz = 2 + 2 6 ipdb> foo 2 ipdb>
From there, you have a couple of choices:
- retry the action
- continue with the rest of the flow (and ignore the error)
- raise the exception, as if you didn’t catch it at all
- Use any other of the available ipdb commands, like jump
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