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winpdb, rpdb2 — platform independent Python debugger
winpdb, rpdb2 [-h, --help] [-d, --debuggee] [-a, --attach] [-o, --host] [-r, --remote]
[-e, --encrypt] [-p, --pwd] [-s, --screen] [-c, --chdir] [--debug] [[<script-name>
This manual page documents briefly the winpdb and rpdb2 commands.
This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does
not have a manual page.
winpdb is a GUI frontend to rpdb2, a remote debugger for python, which is capable to debug
threads- and curses-based code.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.
Print the program's help.
Start debuggee and break into it, without starting a debugger console.
Attach to an already started debuggee.
Specify host for attachment.
Allow debuggees to accept connections from remote machines.
Force encrypted connections between debugger and debuggees.
Password. This flag is available only on NT systems. On other systems the
password will be queried interactively if it is needed.
Use the Unix screen utility when spawning the debuggee.
Change the working directory to that of the launched script.
--debug Debug prints.
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