xdbg is a cross between a Jupyter kernel and a debugger. It allows moving the Jupyter kernel execution environment to any scope within the program, including inside functions and other modules.
This Hydrogen plugin tracks which file you have open in atom, and executes commands in the module corresponding to that file. This allows live-coding that spans multiple files.
The plugin is currently highly experimental. It interacts with Hydrogen internals instead of just the plugin API, meaning that it needs to be upgraded in sync with new versions of Hydrogen.
hydrogen-xdbginto Atom. Also install
xdbginto your python environment.
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