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Re: Can pdb (Python debugger) in Emacs be as efficient as a graphical de
Re: Can pdb (Python debugger) in Emacs be as efficient as a graphical debugger outside of Emacs that uses a mouse?
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 10:08:39 +0100
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On 01.02.2015 06:53, Chris Seberino wrote:
I tend to think Emacs can do many things more efficiently with the keyboard and
without a mouse.
I want to believe that is true for debugging but I'm not as sure.
I've used DDD which allows one to quickly scroll through code and set
breakpoints with a mouse. Furthermore, a second window is immediately
available to display output.
I'm not sure running pdb from a shell inside of Emacs can compete with that.
Because pdb is command line driven it seems it will be faster.
Is this something that is NOT faster inside of Emacs and actually BENEFITS from
Basically Emacs should be able to display similar info which would be available
from other environments.
Remains the question if it is implemented resp. configured accordingly.
Don't see the mouse-question at stake at all here.
It might help to have some example case, some screenshot, which info you expect
at which point.