A diagnostics package for when print statemets are not adequate
meep morp clink clank
Meepy is a package who's sole purpose is to print basic diagnostic information to the log. It is particularly useful when you want to use
print() in your code but you want to know where it came from.
from meepy import Meep
Adds a custom message to the output
Meep.morp(message='a custom message')
By adding the
parent meepy will print the path to the file where the Meep.morp occurred.
from meepy import Meep class Example: def test(): Meep.morp(self) # or Meep.morp(parent=self)
Lets face it, sometimes you want to straddle a line of code to see if its a suspect line. Using the
expected option can help identify your morps.
Meep.morp() # this is the suspect line of code Meep.morp(False) # or Meep.morp(expected=False)
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