Wishlist Beta: Traceback should show path to file
When I have a traceback, I only see something like
ValueError: .... . Traceback: config.py line 661: .... I dont see which config.py on which path it is. Please improve the message.
ccc last edited by
The same is true for Python on Mac, Linux, Windows, etc.
This is what I see on my Windows PC:
C:\Users\georg\Anaconda\python.exe D:/Users/Georg/GitHub/PythonistaPrograms/pip/runPip.py search pip Exception: Traceback (most recent call last): File "D:\Users\Georg\GitHub\PythonistaPrograms\pip\pip\basecommand.py", line 211, in main status = self.run(options, args) File "D:\Users\Georg\GitHub\PythonistaPrograms\pip\pip\commands\list.py", line 94, in run raise ValueError("Test") ValueError: Test
In Pythonista, I would only see "list.py: line 94..., basecommand.py: line 211 etc.. The path name is missing here. To be sure: I do like the ease of how I can navigate tracebacks in Pythonista. I just cannot see which file on which path exactly it is.
ywangd last edited by
You may use StaSh to provide more traceback info. It is disabled by default. You can enable it by type and run
stashconf py_traceback 1.
Now when a script is invoked from within StaSh, it will give you a full traceback report if error occurs.
Even more, you can choose to be dropped into a pdb shell for interactive debugging. This is enabled by
stashconf py_pdb 1.
If you want persist these settings across sessions, put them in the stash config file,
.stash_config, under stash installation root as follows:
[system] py_traceback=1 py_pdb=1
omz last edited by
You could also put a simple script like this in the "Editor Actions" menu:
import traceback traceback.print_last()
As Ideas for the product:
- make the Editor Action Part of the Standard Produkt. Maybe as an Action item on the Special Traceback view of the Editor.
- make "run with pdb" an Option on the run (>) Button, Maybe when Held down for a longer Time
Just Dreamlng 😀
JonB last edited by
import pdb; pdb.pm()
does work, though of course exceptions in threads are not catchable like this. i also use pdb.settrace in my code where i want to trigger the debugger.
an idea i have had, but never worked on seriously, would be to subclass Pdb/Bdb to incorporate more of a visual debugger. for instance keeping the editor line in sync with the current debug line, watchlists, etc. I played around a little using codemirror inside a webview which allows things like setting of breakpoints, line highlighting, etc.