R. Bernstein rocky at
Mon Oct 23 18:59:12 CEST 2006

Fulvio <fulvio at> writes:

> The previous post I might have missed some explaination on my proceeding. I'd 
> say that I'm testing a small program under pdb control 
> (python /usr/lib/python2.4/ ./ So pdb will load myprog and 
> stop the first line code.
> Once I'm at the pdb command line I can issue the commands available inside the 
> pdb itself. 


There's one other pydb command might be of interest. I mentioned the
ability to issue debugger commands by giving the commands as a string
in a command-line option, or putting the debugger commands in a file
and giving the name of a file in a command-line option.  However
*inside* pydb, one can also run a canned set of debugger commands read
in from a file. This is "source" command. Again, this is exactly
analogous the command of the same name in gdb.

Should you want to somehow build such a debugger script from an
interactive debugging session, "set history" and "set logging" might
be helpful.

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