Live Object Browser

Category: Python - Miscellaneous

Given an object, this tool throws up a gtk tree widget that maps all the references found. It dynamically builds the tree, which means it can handle large amounts of data and circular references. Date: 26 January, 2012


Debugging

Homepage: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/300304-live-object-browser/?in=lang-python

Developer: Simon Burton

License: Python License

Operating System: Windows

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