Post-mortem PDB handler
WTF is a Python post-mortem debug handler.
After an exception, a Pdb debugger will be started in the frame and line where the exception was raised. The IPython debugger will be used by default if available, Otherwise Python’s own pdb.Pdb.
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If with statement block support is available (default since 2.6), then WTF can be used as:
from wtf import WTF with WTF: ... do something ...
If an exception is raised inside the with block, then a Pdb debugger will be started on the conflicting line.
WTF can be used as a function call also, with the same results.:
from wtf import WTF try: ... do something ... except: WTF()
For more info, check the wtf.WTFHandler class.
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