Install PuDB using the command:
pip install pudb
If you are using Python 2.5, PuDB version 2013.5.1 is the last version to support that version of Python. urwid 1.1.1 works with Python 2.5, newer versions do not.
Q: I navigated to the Variables/Stack/Breakpoints view. How do I get back to the source view?
A: Press your left arrow key.
Q: Where are breakpoints, PuDB settings file or shell history stored?
A: All PuDB information is stored in a location specified by the XDG Base
Usually, it is
~/.config/pudb. Breakpoints are stored in a file called
saved-breakpoints. Also in this location are the shell history from the
! shell (
shell-history) and the PuDB settings (
Q: I killed PuDB and now my terminal is broken. How do I fix it?
A: Type the
reset command (even if you cannot see what you are typing, it
should work). If this happens on a regular basis, please report it as a bug.
License and Dependencies#
PuDB is distributed under the MIT license. It relies on the following excellent pieces of software:
PuDB is licensed to you under the MIT/X Consortium license:
Copyright (c) 2009-17 Andreas Kloeckner and contributors
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