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Use breakpoint() to print out filename, line number, and data. For Python 3.7+

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PrintBreakpoint

Use breakpoint() to print out filename, line number, and data. For Python 3.7+

Install printbreakpoint with pip.

pip install printbreakpoint

Update the PYTHONBREAKPOINT environment variable (available starting in Python 3.7).

export PYTHONBREAKPOINT=printbreakpoint.pb

Now when you add breakpoint() to your code, it will show the output from printbreakpoint.

def some_function(a):
    breakpoint()
    return a

Prints

pb | some_file.py:3 in some_function

Any data you pass to the breakpoint() will be added to the output.

Change the environment variable back to the default when you’re ready to continue using pdb.

export PYTHONBREAKPOINT=

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