pdb++ / pdbrc.py

This is an example configuration file for pdb++.

Actually, it is what the author uses daily :-). Put it into ~/.pdbrc.py to use

import readline
import pdb

class Config(pdb.DefaultConfig):

    editor = 'e'
    stdin_paste = 'epaste'
    filename_color = pdb.Color.lightgray
    #exec_if_unfocused = "play ~/sounds/dialtone.wav 2> /dev/null &"

    def __init__(self):
        readline.parse_and_bind('set convert-meta on')
        readline.parse_and_bind('Meta-/: complete')

            from pygments.formatters import terminal
        except ImportError:
            self.colorscheme = terminal.TERMINAL_COLORS.copy()
                terminal.Keyword:            ('darkred',     'red'),
                terminal.Number:             ('darkyellow',  'yellow'),
                terminal.String:             ('brown',       'green'),
                terminal.Name.Function:      ('darkgreen',   'blue'),
                terminal.Name.Namespace:     ('teal',        'turquoise'),

    def setup(self, pdb):
        # make 'l' an alias to 'longlist'
        Pdb = pdb.__class__
        Pdb.do_l = Pdb.do_longlist
        Pdb.do_st = Pdb.do_sticky
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