[New-bugs-announce] [issue32515] Add an option to trace to run module as a script
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Sun Jan 7 15:58:47 EST 2018
New submission from Mario Corchero <mariocj89 at gmail.com>:
Add an option to trace to be able to do `python3 -m trace -t --module my.module.name` to be able to trace a runnable module the same way we can do with scripts.
As we want trace to not include the lines in runpy I am going to with the approach of pdb (issue32206) over the one on profiler(issue32512). As Nick raised before this hits a private API in runpy but it is within the stdlib. Alternatives are welcomed as well! :)
Additionally, '-m' is already in use, I have added --module.
Related issue for improved executable module support for standard library modules that run other scripts: https://bugs.python.org/issue9325
components: Library (Lib)
title: Add an option to trace to run module as a script
versions: Python 3.7
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