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minidumper is a C extension for writing "minidumps" for post-mortem analysis of crashes in Python or its extensions.:

import minidumper
minidumper.enable(name="myapp", dir="data", type=minidumper.MiniDumpWithFullMemory)
# Run your app, do stuff that crashes.
# Look for `data/myapp_20110929-050934.mdmp`
minidumper.disable() # Unhook crash handler, go back to normal.

There really isn't that much to it. It's probably of limited utility unless you're an extension developer and you're working with a debug build of Python, as release builds don't carry the same helpful information.

The project is very much "in progress".

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Brian Curtin

Commits by Brian Curtin were pushed to briancurtin/minidumper

2d6b7f8 - Set a proper return code in the exception filter. Set proper exception messages for enable() exceptions. Fix enable to actually work...
Brian Curtin

Commits by Brian Curtin were pushed to briancurtin/minidumper

694d2dc - Clean up DbgHelp loading, changes multiple calls of 'enable' to work and just reset the settings
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