[portland] Reverse Engineering Program Flow

Brett Carter brett at rdnzl.net
Wed Feb 4 08:12:27 CET 2009


Rich, for future reference - ctags works with python. I use it all the  
time. I prefer exuberant ctags:
http://ctags.sourceforge.net/
-Brett

On Feb 3, 2009, at 7:59 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:

>  I really need a CRM/Sales Tracking application for my business.  
> TinyERP
> looks like it will do, but I'm having difficulties with it and the  
> mail list
> is completely non-responsive. (I tried a Microsoft-centric, web- 
> based/flash
> required one called SnapCRM, but it also has big issues I cannot  
> resolve.)
>
>  Anyway since TinyERP is a Python app I should be able to dig  
> through it
> and fix what's not working. But, I need to see the program flow to  
> find the
> right spot to fix. The current problem is connecting to the created
> database. I log in as a user and try to open the terp database, but  
> get a
> message that there was a connection error. The UI/postgres  
> middleware is
> psycopg, a library with which I am unfamiliar.
>
>  Is there a python development tool similar to ctags that will allow  
> me to
> trace where the db connection problem is located? Is anyone here  
> interested
> and willing to work with me on resolving this issue -- and any  
> others that
> come up once I am able to get in to the db?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Rich
>
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