How to use set_break method in avocado

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...78 self .clear_break(f,l)79 elif mr:80 self.parent.clear_break(f,l)81 self .clear_break(f,l)82 self.parent.set_break(f,l,{"range": mr, "hits" : 0})83 self .set_break(f,l,{"range": mr, "hits" : 0})84 else :85 self.parent.clear_break(f,l)86 self .clear_break(f,l)87 self.parent.set_break(f,l,{"cond":args[1]})88 self .set_break(f,l,{"cond":args[1]})89 else:90 self.parent.clear_break(f,l)91 self .clear_break(f,l)92 self.parent.set_break(f,l,{})93 self .set_break(f,l,{})94 # self.parent.toggle_break(f,l)95 # self.toggle_break(f,l)96 self.wait_cmd(frame)97 elif s in ['s']: self.set_step()98 elif s in ['q']: self.set_quit()99 elif s in ['r']: self.set_return(frame)100 elif s in ['u']: self.set_until(frame, int(args[0]) if args else None)101 elif s in ['o']:102 self.curidx = self.curidx-1103 self.wait_cmd(self.stack[self.curidx][0])104 elif s in ['i']:105 self.curidx = self.curidx+1106 self.wait_cmd(self.stack[self.curidx][0])107 elif s in ['h']:108 self.show_help()109 self.wait_cmd(frame)110 else : self.wait_cmd(frame)111 def show_help(self):112 self.parent.show_help("""113 Commands Description114 c Continue execution, only stop when a breakpoint is encountered.115 n Continue execution until the next line in the current function is reached or116 it returns.117 b LINE[ COND|RANGE|c] Set break at LINE in the current file. If a COND expression is supplied, the118 debugger stops at LINE only when COND evaluates to True. If a RANGE 119 expression (a expression matching the syntax of Python slices) is supplied,120 the debugger stops at LINE only when the hit count of the breakpoint is one121 of the numbers generated by RANGE. If letter c appears after LINE, the122 breakpoint is cleared.123 s Execute the current line, stop at the first possible occasion (either in a124 function that is called or in the current function).125 q Quit the debugger.126 r Continue execution until the current function returns.127 u [LINE] Without argument, continue execution until the line with a number greater128 than the current one is reached. With a line number, continue execution129 until a line with a number greater or equal than LINE is reached. In both130 cases, also stop when the current frame returns.131 o Move the current frame one level up in the stack trace (to an older frame).132 i Move the current frame one level down in the stack trace (to a newer frame).133 h Show this help.134 If no command is given, the previous command is repeated.135 """)136 def runscript(self,filename):137 # The script has to run in __main__ namespace (or imports from138 # __main__ will break).139 #140 # So we clear up the __main__ and set several special variables141 # (this gets rid of pdb's globals and cleans old variables on restarts).142 import __main__143 __main__.__dict__144 main_copy = __main__.__dict__.copy()145 __main__.__dict__.clear()146 __main__.__dict__.update({ "__name__" : "__main__",147 "__file__" : filename,148 "__builtins__": __builtins__,149 })150 # When bdb sets tracing, a number of call and line events happens151 # BEFORE debugger even reaches user's code (and the exact sequence of152 # events depends on python version). So we take special measures to153 # avoid stopping before we reach the main script (see user_line and154 # user_call for details).155 self.mainpyfile = os.path.realpath(filename)156 self._user_requested_quit = False157 with open(filename, "rb") as fp:158 statement = "exec(compile(%r, %r, 'exec'))" % \159 (, self.mainpyfile)160 self.clear_all_breaks()161 for filenam,lines in self.breakpoints.items():162 for l,bpinfo in lines.items():163 self.set_break(filenam, l,bpinfo)164 # Replace pdb's dir with script's dir in front of module search path.165 sys.path[0] = os.path.dirname(self.mainpyfile)166 try :167 self._wait_for_mainpyfile = True168 except SyntaxError:170 print ("SyntaxError")171 traceback.print_exc()172 self.parent.show_exception("syntax error")173 except:174 traceback.print_exc()175 print ("Uncaught exception. Entering post mortem debugging")176 typ, val, t = sys.exc_info()177 self.parent.show_exception(str(val))178 self.stack, self.curidx = self.get_stack(None, t)179 self.wait_cmd(self.stack[self.curidx][0]) 180 for filenam,lines in self.breakpoints.items():181 for l,bpinfo in lines.items():182 if "hits" in bpinfo:183 bpinfo["hits"]=0184 self.parent.finished()185 __main__.__dict__.clear()186 __main__.__dict__.update(main_copy)187 def tryeval(self,expr):188 try:189 return eval(expr, self.curframe.f_globals, self.curframe.f_locals)190 except Exception as e:191 return e192 def toggle_break(self,filename,line):193 if not filename in self.breakpoints: self.breakpoints.update({filename:{}})194 bps = self.breakpoints[filename]195 bps.pop(line) if line in bps else bps.update({line:{}})196 (self.set_break if line in bps else self.clear_break)(filename, line)197 def break_here(self,frame):198 if not bdb.Bdb.break_here(self,frame): return False199 f, l = filename(frame), line(frame)200 bp = self.breakpoints[f][l]201 if not "range" in bp: return True202 bp["hits"] += 1203 return n_in_range(bp["hits"]-1,bp['range'])204 def set_break(self,filename,line,bpinfo={},**kwargs):205 bdb.Bdb.set_break(self,filename,line,**(bpinfo if "cond" in bpinfo else {}))206 if not filename in self.breakpoints: self.breakpoints.update({filename:{}})207 bps = self.breakpoints[filename]208 if not line in bps: bps.update({line:{}})209 bps[line]=bpinfo210 def clear_break(self,filename,line):211 bdb.Bdb.clear_break(self,filename,line)212 if not filename in self.breakpoints: self.breakpoints.update({filename:{}})213 bps = self.breakpoints[filename]214 if line in bps: bps.pop(line)215 def filter_vars(self, d):216 # sf = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(inspect.getsourcefile(v)))217 # try:218 # d.pop("__builtins__") # this messes up things (not eval defined): copy d first219 # except:...

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1import inspect2import pdb3from functools import wraps4from typing import Callable5def create_arglist(args, kwargs):6 return ', '.join((*(repr(x) for x in args), *(f'{x[0]}={x[1]!r}'7 for x in kwargs.items())))8def debug_calls(*db_args, **db_kwargs):9 def _debug_calls(func: Callable):10 @wraps(func)11 def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):12 sig = inspect.signature(func)13 caller = inspect.stack()[1]14 arglist = create_arglist(args, kwargs)15 print(f'{func.__name__}({arglist}) '16 f'called by {caller.function} '17 f'in file "{caller.filename}" '18 f'on line {caller.lineno}')19 if set_break:20 # return func(*args, **kwargs)21 if not wrapper.condition:22 wrapper.condition = input(f'Debug {func.__name__} when?')23 # NOTE: eval() is insecure and should not be used in live systems24 if eval(wrapper.condition, {},25 sig.bind(*args, **kwargs).arguments):26 print(f'Condition met: {wrapper.condition}')27 return pdb.runcall(func, *args, **kwargs)28 print(f'Condition not met: {wrapper.condition}')29 return func(*args, **kwargs)30 wrapper.condition = None31 return wrapper32 if db_kwargs and 'set_break' in db_kwargs:33 set_break = db_kwargs['set_break']34 else:35 set_break = False36 if len(db_args) == 1 and callable(db_args[0]):37 return _debug_calls(db_args[0])...

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