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🍦 Never use print() to debug again.
It seems like it was a coincidence. See comment thread:
Quick and dirty debugging output for tired programmers. ⛺ (by zestyping)
For an even easier-to-remember alternative, there’s q: https://github.com/zestyping/q
All you need is `import q`. q works like a function (q(x)), like a variable (q|x and q/x, so you get different operator precedences) and like a decorator (@q), so it can be used in practically any circumstance for a quick debug print. Plus, the name sounds like you’re interrogating something.
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__builtins__['debug'] = debug
This would work with icecream too.
The second advantage of not needing the import is that CI fails if you forget to remove all debug() commands.
Never use print for debugging again
Funny, a few months back I added this sentence to PySnooper's readme:
"PySnooper is a poor man's debugger. If you've used Bash, it's like set -x for Python, except it's fancier."
nice Python exception hook replacement
If you like this, you might also like my small debugging utility, a better_exchook replacement: https://github.com/albertz/py_better_exchook
assert x == 4
Debug with Ray to fix problems faster (by spatie)
I am the same, it's the most easy. Very interesting is that in the laravel php world currently an interesting product is gaining momentum: Ray (https://myray.app/)
So basically it's dump with a lot of neat extras and instead of looking at the console of the script, or the website you are printing on you push this to a little desktop application, from every of your languages you are using. Something like log collection for everything on your desktop.
pdb++, a drop-in replacement for pdb (the Python debugger)
I like to use PDB++ which is a drop in replacement for PDB
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Python tracing module to visualize code execution.
I've built https://github.com/kunalb/panopticon to easily trace function execution to handle a similar use case, except that it generates output for chrome://tracing instead of printing out lines.
cPython's settrace/setprofile functionality enables so many cool tools.
Like `set -x` in bash, for Python
I started writing a very-alpha related tool, https://github.com/czinck/pyset_x. As the name implies, it's like `set -x` in bash, in that it prints every line as it executes. It's more useful for situations where you have some complicated control flow and it's not working exactly how you expect.
A powerful set of Python debugging tools, based on PySnooper (by alexmojaki)
Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.
I was wondering if there was anything like this for Ruby. Turns out there is: https://github.com/AndyObtiva/puts_debuggerer. With this library,
What Python debugger do you use?
4 projects | /r/learnpython | 26 Mar 2023
Does anyone use python debugger?
2 projects | /r/Python | 12 Feb 2023
Trace your Python process line by line with minimal overhead!
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Jan 2023
What was the most helpful resource that allowed you become a better coder?
1 project | /r/learnpython | 5 Aug 2022
“I think the vast majority of developers still debug using print() statements”
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jun 2022