[Python-Dev] Any Emacs tips for core developers?

Barry Warsaw barry at python.org
Mon Feb 4 21:41:36 CET 2008


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On Feb 4, 2008, at 1:57 PM, Georg Brandl wrote:
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> GUD (the Emacs debugger interface) works well with gdb and pdb.

Don't forget pdbtrack which is in python-mode.el (don't know about  
python.el).  Ken Manheimer wrote this and it rocks.  It basically  
tracks pdb prompts in a shell buffer so it makes it really easy to  
just add a break point, run your code from the command line, and get  
dual-window tracing from the shell.

- -Barry

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