APSO - Alternative Script Organizer for Python - 1.2.1

New integrated debugger tool and minor bug fixes in module and library naming.

Release Details

The debugger can be launched from the Apso "Menu" button when a function is selected in the main window.

Once the debuuger opened, one can execute the code step by step, enter any called function, return to the caller, etc.

Break points are not supported, but you can jump ahead by double clicking any line below the current one within the same function.

You can check any caller state and scope by double clicking it in the "Stack" window (bottom left). If you have MRI or Xray installed, you can inspect any UNO variables by double clicking it in the "Scope" window (bottom right).

When you open a console window from the tool bar, the global and local scope will be automatically loaded.

If you edit the script while the debugger is running, changes will be taken in account after clicking "Restart".

The debugger uses the font name and height defined for the Basic IDE.

The debugger is still not fully localised

Apso debugger screenshot

License(s)

AL-v2 (Apache License Version 2.0),

Compatibility

LibreOffice 3.4 LibreOffice 3.5 LibreOffice 3.6 LibreOffice 4.0 LibreOffice 4.1 LibreOffice 4.2 LibreOffice 4.3 LibreOffice 4.4 LibreOffice 5.0 LibreOffice 5.1 LibreOffice 5.2 LibreOffice 5.3 LibreOffice 5.4 LibreOffice 6.0 LibreOffice 6.1 LibreOffice 6.2

Available Downloads

The linked Extension file All platforms
File size: 42.0 kb

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