[wingide-users] inspecting List type clases in wing
jaclu2 at galdrion.com
Fri Oct 8 05:46:50 EDT 2004
I have had a problem with wing (and other IDEs that display stack-data)
If you have a class that does somethin "heavy" on the __len__() and or
__getitem__() operators you run into problems because each step in the
debuger those methods gets called. And if its a network/db class it can
take a loong time...
First I named my instances of the class in prefs-Debuger-Data Filters
but that was to much, now it disapeared so much that I couldnt see the
data at all.
My new hack is this, using inspect and aborting if the call is from
wing-internal methods, not perfect but it work ok, performance isnt
penalized to much and I can see most stuff in the debugger
if inspect.stack() == 'safelen': return 0 #winginternal
def __getitem__(self, item):
if inspect.stack() == '__GetValueDict': return None
Now to my question, is there some way to handle this in a more general way?
regards /Jacob L
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