A few days ago I found out that using the Python debugger is so easy, I can’t believe I haven’t used it before.
Import the module:
Set a breakpoint somewhere in your code:
def some_function(self, x, y, z): pdb.set_trace() ...
Run your program. Now every time ‘some_function’ is called, the Python interpreter will break. At this point you could:
xto inspect the argument passed to the
- hit the ‘n’ button to skip over the next line of code
- hit the ‘c’ button to resume the program
- hit the ‘h’ button to get help