Maurits van Rees wrote:
Chris Withers, on 2006-11-28:
Paul Winkler wrote:
I still prefer zdb, because you can actually see and step through the
Do you mean you can put this in a .cpy file:
If you go back in the thread, you'll see I explicitly stated that .cpy's
are not covered because they choose to do their own silly thing.
from Products.zdb import set_trace
and then you can see the script code in the debugger?
For normal python skin scripts, yes :-)
When I try that I end up in the debugger, but I don't see anything
different from the normal pdb.set_trace(). When I press 'l' I just
see [EOF] like always. Is there a trick I am missing?
Yeah, don't use .cpy's ;-)
It *would* be neat! :)
It would indeed, it'd just require more monkeypatching of the same style
that zdb does already. Reading zdb's code, particular the bits that
cover skin .py's should give you a good start.
I'd happilly accept patches to zdb and am keen to roll a new release if
someone does provide such a patch.
Those security declarations are actually the only thing that
svn://svn.zope.org/repos/main/Products.enablesettrace itself does.
I noticed ;-)
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